'Science, Art & Technology' was a special studies course co-taught by myself and Burke Jam for Portland State University School of Art & Design.

Course Description:
This class engages emerging technologies, science, and fabrication as means of artistic inquisition and applied practice. This course will provide a cross-sampling of College of The Arts Digital Facilities and resources, as well as engage the makers lab at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in order to provide students with skills, techniques, and conceptual framework for interdisciplinary research and methodology. Students will complete 3-4  projects during the class. Topics covered will include: live media and performance, wearable technology, and digital fabrication. The course structure is a combination of assigned readings, group discussion, and studio-based work. This course is a combination of lecture, reading, discussion and studio projects based in historical and contemporary practice.