In this episode, we talk to David Schmudde about lisps, narrative programming, AI and digital anthropology.
D. Schmüdde is a computational artist and storyteller who creates experiences that examine the everyday realities of our post-digital society. Over the last fifteen years, he has installed interactive work at the Center for Holographic Arts in New York City, projected video art in the Schusev Museum of Architecture in Moscow, performed at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, screened at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, and given talks around the world. He's always ready to discuss big ideas - find him at http://schmud.de.
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