Jamie Allen – Researcher / PI

IXDM’s Senior Researcher Jamie Allen’s interests lie in the ways that creative uses of technology teach us about who we are as individuals, cultures and societies. Born in Canada, Jamie has been involved with the applications and discourses of media and technology as a designer, researcher, artist and teacher for over 20 years. He likes to make things with his head and hands – investigations into the material systems of media, electricity, and information as artwork, design projects and practice-based research. His work has been exhibited internationally, from Eyebeam in NYC, to the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology in Liverpool, to SIGGRAPH Asia in Yokohama, Japan.

Jamie draws on his experience as a concurrent Senior Researcher with the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), and a former part of the directorial team of Culture Lab, Newcastle University, where he devised community, collaborative and public art and technological practices. He has done research and taught at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, the Pratt Institute of Art and Design, Hanyang University in Seoul, and lectured at Parsons and the Royal College of Art in London. He has worked as an interactive systems designer for IBM, DuPont, ESI Design and the American Museum of Natural History.

Recent News / Events

Digital Dictatorship or Digital Democracy?
Jamie Allen to talk at online symposium as part of Angewandte Festival 2020.
Governance: Documents & Monuments
At the EFAP Virtual Summer School Migration, Media, Governance: Advanced Practices.
“Messy Studio”: Aquapolitics Along the Gulf Stream
Jamie Allen to present at virtual summit hosted by TBA21–Academy.
"Trace Carbon" Workshop at AMRO 2020
Cycles of Circulation present “Trace Carbon” workshop at the 2020 Art Meets Radical Openness festival.
Double Counting: The Odum Oration
Performance lecture by Karolina Sobecka and Jamie Allen.

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