Harvard Extension School

Co-taught with a Bakhtiar Mikhak, computational art was a three-part foundational course designed to introduce students to the idea of creating interactive works using microcontrollers, 3D software and on-screen data visualizations. The course alternated theoretical and practical units interspersed with discussion. Topics covered included interaction design, Wolfram's New Kind of Science, morality and technology, robots and science fiction and self and identity online.