Jeff Knowlton

Jeff Knowlton is a Los Angeles based artist. His work with information in virtual space began with “a text for the navigational age”, shown at VRML Art 2000 and Siggraph2000. “34 North 118 West” his collaborative work with Jeremy Hight and Naomi Spellman, locating information in the physical world, has been seen at Futuresonic <4>, La Freewaves and received the grand prize at USC’s Art in Motion festival.

During the summer of 2004, Mr. Knowlton and Naomi Spellman were resident artists at the Digital Research Unit in Huddersfield UK. While there they began to develop “the interpretive engine for various places on the earth”. The “interpretive engine” premiered in the Fresno Metropolitan Museum’s Off-site series, June 9, 2006.

In 1990, Mr. Knowlton was the recipient of a New Forms Initiative Grant funded by the NEA and the Rockefeller Foundation. He graduated from CalArts with a BFA in Fine Art (95) and an MFA in both Critical Studies and Fine Art (99). Mr Knowlton teaches at the University of California, San Diego.

Jeremy Hight

Jeremy Hight is a Los Angeles based new media , locative media and text writer/artist. His work has been exhibited in several museums internationally, in the physical world and online. He is also a new media and locative media theorist and has published over a dozen essays including his essay “Narrative Archaeology” which was named one of the 4 primary texts in locative media. His blog art project “error (image)” is currently in the online festival New Media Fest 2007.