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Welcome to the Spring 2014 edition of Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design!

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About Golan Levin

Golan Levin is Associate Professor of Electronic and Computational Art at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also holds courtesy appointments in Design, Entertainment Technology, and Computer Science. Since 2009 he has served as Director of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, a laboratory within CMU dedicated to the support of atypical, anti-disciplinary and inter-institutional research projects at the intersection of arts, science, technology and culture. As an educator, Golan's pedagogy is concerned with reclaiming computation as a medium of personal expression. He teaches code-oriented “studio arts courses in computer science,” on themes like interactive art, generative form, digital fabrication, information visualization, game design, tangible media and audiovisual performance systems.