‘Glitchometry Circles #4’ Digital c-print on Duratrans, 36” x 36”, Edition of 3 + 2AP
‘Dither Studies #1’ Dither Gradient on archival inkjet, 26″ x 40″, Edition of 2 +1AP
DANIEL TEMKIN (b. 1973, USA) makes images, programming languages, and interactive pieces exploring our inherently broken patterns of thought and the clash between human and algorithmic thinking. Daniel has spoken widely to both art and hacker audiences, at Media Art History (Liverpool 2011 and Riga 2013), CAA, GLI.TC/H conference in 2010 and 2012 (where he led a three-day session on Glitch and Oulipo), Notacon, and Hackers on Planet Earth, among others. He appeared on PBS’s OffBook episode on Glitch Art. His writing has been published in academic journals such as World Picture and Media-N Journal and has been taught at Bard College, Penn State, and Clark University.
Daniel received his MFA from International Center of Photography / Bard College in 2012. His work has been featured at American University Museum, Christopher Henry Gallery, Higher Pictures and Carroll/Fletcher.
More information is available at http://danieltemkin.com
Esoteric.Codes – Temkin’s blog about programming languages as experiments, jokes, and experiential art was awarded The 2014 Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant