Daniel C Howe
Since 2002
Works in New York, New York United States of America

Daniel C. Howe is an artist, hacker, writer, musician, and educator whose work focuses on networked systems for image, sound and text, and on the social and political implications of computational technologies. He has a PhD in computer science and an MFA in interactive media and digital literature. He currently lives in Hong Kong where he teaches at City University's School of Creative Media.
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Opening (Howe/Seaman): the Architecture of Association (Paris)

Thu Dec 18, 2008 00:00 - Thu Dec 18, 2008


Opening on Dec. 18th, Daniel C. Howe ( http://mrl.nyu.edu/~dhowe/ ) and Bill Seaman (http://www.billseaman.com/) exhibit the Architecture of Association in 'Dans la Nuit, des Images' at the Grand Palais in Paris.

A large-scale generative installation modelling human associative processes in diverse media, the Architecture of Association (AoA) algorithmically generates and combines fragments of video, text, and sound in real-time via a cluster of networked computers and databases. While a smaller version of the AoA premiered in August at the Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the installation at the Grand Palais will be the first full-size installation, spanning over 150 sq feet of high-definition monitors.

On the French Culture and Communication Ministry┬┤s initiative, and during the European Season and the French European presidency, 'Dans la Nuit, des Images', guided by Le Fresnoy - Studio National des Arts Contemporains, will be a celebration dedicated to visual arts...

Date: 2008-12-18 - 2009-01-01
Place: Grand Palais, Paris, France
Info: http://www.lefresnoy.net/GP2008/


E-Fest 2006: New Digital Literature

Wed Mar 22, 2006 00:00 - Mon Mar 20, 2006

On March 22-24, the Brown University Literary Arts Program will present
E-Fest 2006, a celebration of new digital literary art. The program
includes panels, talks & performances of new digital literature each
night. Participants include literary hypermedia artists Stuart
Moulthrop, Judd Morrissey, Aya Karpinska, Daniel C. Howe, Rob Kendall,
Scott Rettberg, Nick Montfort, Jim Carpenter, Braxton Soderman, and
others. Panel topics include Memory and Real Time, Noulipo: Recombinant
Poetics, and The Game of Fiction...

For more information, visit the website at


Re: chronos [chess_w/_death remix]

not sure myself, but this page has hundreds of software/interpretive

---------- galloway@nyu.edu wrote: ----------
does anyone remember the project .. i want to say "RGB Clock" .. with
three panels of color, and the three colors were tied to hours, minutes
and seconds? i can't find it via google.. -a

Daniel C. Howe
Media Research Lab