Author, artist and professor who explores the cultural implications of emerging technologies such as biosensors, gps, and artificial intelligence. His interactive installations & performances have been shown internationally in galleries and SIGGRAPH, CHI, NCGA, Ars Electronica, and V2 art shows. Has been an investigator in NSF projects and artist in residence at various think tanks including Xerox PARC. Has published numerous articles and books including the latest "Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science and Technology" (MIT Press, 2002). Directs the Conceptual/Information Arts Program at San Francisco State University which prepares artists to work at the frontiers of research. Is also Leonardo editorial board member. Lives in San Francisco.