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Bio

Short Summary CV

[Last update: September 2017]

Brief Statement:
My objective is to expand the vocabulary of human action, and to awaken participants to their own potential as creative actors. To do this, I create new forms of interactive and computational media. My interests include the exploration of gestural movement and non-verbal communication in human-machine interfaces; information visualization as a mode of critical inquiry; the expressive possibilites of generative and algorithmic form; asemic writing and sound-image relationships; tactical and interrogative media; and the mechanisms of cybernetic feedback.


Biography:

Golan Levin is an artist, engineer, researcher and educator interested in new intersections of machine code, visual culture, and critical making. His work combines equal measures of the whimsical, the provocative, and the sublime in an eclectic variety of online, installation and performance media. Through responsive artifacts, virtual environments, and media provocations, Levin applies creative twists to digital technologies that highlight our relationship with machines, expand the vocabulary of human action, and awaken participants to their own potential as creative actors. His projects have engaged themes and materials such as interactive gestural robotics; the tactical potential of personal digital fabrication; new aesthetics of nonverbal interaction; and information visualization as a mode of critical inquiry.

Levin is presently Associate Professor of Electronic Art at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), where his pedagogy is concerned with the use of computation as a medium for critical inquiry and cultural innovation. He teaches code-oriented “studio courses in computer science” on themes like experimental interaction design, tactical media, generative form, and visualization. Levin holds courtesy appointments in CMU's School of Design, School of Architecture, Computer Science Department, and Entertainment Technology Center. Since January 2009 he has also served as Director of CMU's Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, a laboratory dedicated to the support of atypical, anti-disciplinary and inter-institutional research at the intersection of arts, science, technology and culture.

Levin has spent more than 20 years as an artist embedded within high-technology research environments, including the MIT Media Laboratory, Ars Electronica Futurelab, Interval Research Corporation, and the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology. His work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), has appeared in the Whitney Biennial, and has been recognized with grants from Creative Capital, the Rockefeller MAP Fund, and others. A two-time TED speaker, Levin was named one of “50 Designers Shaping the Future” by Fast Company magazine in October 2012.

Levin writes: “I am interested in the medium of response, and in the conditions that enable people to experience creative feedback with reactive systems. I am drawn to the critical and revelatory potential of visualization—whether brought to bear on a single participant, or the world of data we inhabit. I am engaged in the use of generative computation to divine both new and timeless principles of expressive form. And I am fascinated by how abstraction can connect us to a reality beyond language, and the ways in which our gestures and traces, thus abstracted, can reveal the unique signatures of our spirits.”

For biographies of other lengths and in other languages, please see my biography page.


Tenure-Track Teaching:
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
Associate Professor of Electronic Art, with Tenure. September 2010-Present.
Associate Professor of Electronic Time-Based Art, CMU School of Art. July 2007 to August 2010.
Assistant Professor of Electronic Time-Based Art, CMU School of Art. January 2004 to July 2007.
Half-time administrative appointment as Director of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, an interdisciplinary arts center (2009-). Additional (courtesy) appointments in the CMU School of Design (2006-), School of Computer Science (2007-), Entertainment Technology Center (2010-), and School of Architecture (2016-).

Education:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Laboratory, Cambridge, MA. Master of Science in Media Arts and Sciences, August 2000.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. Bachelor of Science in Art and Design, June 1994. Minor in Music Theory and Composition.

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions:
Complete information at flong.com/bio/exhibitions
Golan Levin. Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2014.
The Gesture in Paint and Software: Helen Levin and Golan Levin. Staten Island Museum, 2012.
Golan Levin. Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, CA. October 2011.
Golan Levin. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. February 2011.
Golan Levin. Kiasma Mediatheque, Kiasma Art Center, Helsinki, Finland, 2010.
Golan Levin. Bitforms Gallery, New York City, 2007.
Golan Levin / Zachary Lieberman. NTT ICC, Tokyo, Japan, 2006.
Golan Levin / Casey Reas. Bitforms Gallery, New York City, 2002.
Golan Levin / Anne-Katrin Grotepass. Moving Image Gallery, New York City, 2001.

Select Group Exhibitions (2004-):
Complete information at flong.com/bio/exhibitions
Robotronica Festival. QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia. 2017.
Gesten: Gestern - Heute - Übermorgen. Saxon/Chemnitz Museum of Industry, Chemnitz, Germany. 2017.
#NODE17 (Node Forum for Digital Arts). Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 2017.
3D, Printing the World. Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, Spain. 2017.
Day for Night Festival. Houston, TX. 2016.
Why Future Still Needs Us: AI and Humanity. Art Center NABI, Seoul, South Korea. 2016.
New Gameplay. Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin, South Korea. 2016.
Meta.Morf 2016: Nice to Be in Orbit! Trondheim Biennale for Art and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. 2016.
Alt-AI Exhibition. School for Poetic Computation, NYC. 2016.
Extra Phantômes. La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, France. 2016.
Prix Ars Electronica Exhibition. Ars Electronica Center and Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz, Austria. 2015.
This Is for Everyone: Design Experiments for the Common Good. Mus. of Modern Art (MoMA), NYC. 2015.
Making a Difference / A Difference in Making. Palais Des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium. 2015.
Short Cuts. Kunsthaus CentrePasquArt, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. 2015.
Scrapple. Universum Center, Bremen, Germany. 2015.
The Informed Body. NODE 2015 Conference, Frankfurt, Germany. 2015.
Beautiful Users. Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian National Design Museum, NYC. 2014.
NeutraaL. Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, Netherlands. 2014.
Cinekid MediaLab Exhibition. Cinekid Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2014.
Ars Electronica in the Knowledge Capital. Knowledge Capital, Osaka, Japan. 2014.
Radical Fictions: IV Mostra de Arte Digital. Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, Brazil. 2013.
Arte y Tecnología: Artists as Catalysts. AlhóndigaBilbao, Bilbao, Spain. 2013.
Datascape. The Block, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. 2013.
Designs of the Year. London Design Museum, London. 2013.
F.A.T. Gold: Five Years of Notorious R&D. Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology, NYC. 2013.
Flow, Just Flow: Variations on a Theme. University of Richmond Museum, Richmond, VA. 2013.
Scrapple. San Francisco Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA. 2013.
Singularité Exposition. Biennale Internationale Design, Saint-Étienne, France. 2013.
Prix Ars Electronica Exhibition. Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria. 2012.
Re:Face. Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA. 2012.
Spontaneous Interventions, Design Actions. US Pavilion, 13th Venice Architecture Biennale, Italy. 2012.
AI-Plus. National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan. 2012.
Talk to Me. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), NYC. 2011.
See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception. Work Gallery, London, England. 2011.
Blink! Light, Sound and the Moving Image. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. 2011.
Distributed Collectives. Little Berlin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. 2011.
Data Mining. A+D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago. 2010.
Macht Musik, Technisches Museum Wien, Vienna, Austria. 2010.
LoveBytes Digital Arts Festival, Sheffield Museums, England. 2010.
Ocus Pocus, Visualiseringscenter C, Norrköping, Sweden. 2010.
Decode: Digital Design Sensations, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. 2009.
Notation: Kalkül und Form in den Künsten. ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2009.
See This Sound. Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria. 2009.
Pictopia Exhibition, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany. 2009.
Collider: Interactivity and New Media, University of Akron, Ohio. 2009.
Loops Exhibition, Boston Cyberarts Festival, MIT Museum, Boston. 2009.
Version Bêta, Centre pour l'Image Contemporaine Saint-Gervais, Geneva. 2008.
3rd Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo de Sevilla (BIACS3). Seville, Spain. 2008.
Update Media Arts Biennial. Kunstenplatform Zebrastraat, Ghent, Belgium. 2008.
Digital Senses. Center for Contemporary Art, Kyiv, Ukraine. 2008.
Licht Kunst Werke. Technorama Science Center, Winterthur, Switzerland. 2008.
Under Surveillance, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI. 2008.
Holy Fire: Art of the Digital Age, iMAL Gallery, Brussels, Belgium. 2008.
Experimenta International Biennial of Media Art, Arts Centre BlackBox, Melbourne, Australia. 2008.
Arte y Nuevas Tecnologías, Centro Cultural España Córdoba, Argentina. 2007.
Alive Liquid Interactive Creative Expressive, Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul, Korea. 2007.
Picture House. Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens, Newcastle, England. 2007.
Cell Phone: Art and the Mobile Phone, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore. 2007.
Messa di Voce. Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, Virginia. 2007.
Time Shares Exhibition Series: Fault Lines. New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC. 2006.
Software Art, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Boston, MA. 2006.
Cybernetic Sensibility: The Computer and Art, Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, Seoul, Korea. 2006.
Engaging Technology: A History and Future of Intermedia, Ball State Museum of Art, Muncie, IN. 2006.
Generative Art, Open Systems. Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz, Austria. 2006.
Emoção Art.ficial 3.0 Biennial, Itaú Cultural Institute, São Paolo, Brazil. 2006.
The First Taipei International Digital Art Festival. Zhong-Shan Hall, Taipei. 2006.
You Are Here: The Design of Information. Design Museum, London. 2005.
Generative X. Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA), London. 2005.
Generator.X Exhibition. National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design, Oslo, Norway. 2005.
Rhizome ArtBase 101, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Chelsea Museum, NYC. 2005.
Light Art from Artificial Light. ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2005.
Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2005.
New Media: What. Neuberger Museum of Art at SUNY Purchase, New York. 2005.
Busy Signals: Telephonic Art in Motion. Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, CA. 2005.
White Noise. Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne. 2005.
ElectroScape. Duolun Zendai Art Museum, Shanghai, China. 2005.
Tokyo Digital Arts Festival, Tokyo, Japan. 2005.
Whitney Biennial 2004. Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC. 2004.
The Algorithmic Revolution: On the History of Interactive Art. ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2004.
Digital Avant-Garde. American Museum of the Moving Image, NYC. 2004.
2nd Media City Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan. 2004.
Art Life. Seeing Gallery, San Francisco Exploratorium, San Francisco CA. 2004.

Select Performances:
Complete information at flong.com/bio/performances
Music | Machines: 50 Years of Music and Technology @ MIT. MIT Media Lab, Boston. 2011.
Art.Ware Festival, Hong Kong. 2010.
The Human Voice in a New World Concert Series, Frederick Loewe Theater, NYC. 2009.
New Media Meeting, Norrköping, Sweden. 2008.
Artefact Festival, STUK kunstencentrum, Leuven, Belgium. 2007.
PlayVision, World Financial Center Arts & Events Series, NYC. 2006.
49th San Francisco International Film Festival, San Francisco, CA. 2006.
Signal Operators, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, U. of Houston, TX. 2006.
OFFF Festival, CCCB Center, Barcelona, Spain. 2006.
Bios Festival, Athens, Greece. 2006.
Nagoya City Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan. 2005.
Kyoto University of Arts and Design, Kyoto, Japan. 2005.
Ultrasound Festival, Huddersfield, England. 2005.
Listening Between the Lines, Ars Electronica Festival. Linz, Austria. 2005.
RomaEuropa Festival, Rome, Italy. 2004.
Poetry International Festival, Royal Festival Hall, London. 2004.
SonarSound, Instituto Tomie Othake, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2004.
The Kitchen, NYC. 2004.
Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA), London. 2003.
User_Mode, Tate Modern, London. 2003.
Sonic Light, Amsterdam, Holland. 2003.
Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Hamburg, Germany. 2002.
Swiss National Exposition (Expo'02), Biel, Switzerland. 2002.
SONAR Festival. Barcelona, Spain. 2002.
The Kitchen, NYC. 2002.
PS1/MoMA, NYC. 2001.
The Interaction ‘01, Ogaki, Japan. 2001.
The Knitting Factory, NYC. 2001.
Transmediale Festival. Berlin, Germany. 2001.
Opera Totale 6. Venice, Italy. 2001.
Ars Electronica Festival. Brucknerhaus Theater, Linz, Austria. 2000.

Select Invited Lectures (2004-):
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Google PAIR Symposium. Boston. 2017.
Google SPAN Design Conference. Pittsburgh. 2017.
Artist's Talk. INST-INT Festival, New Orleans. 2017.
“Machine Learning and Visual Culture”, Art Center NABI, Seoul, Korea. 2016.
“Machine Learning: New Implications for the Arts”. Next Content Conference 2016, Seoul, Korea. 2016.
“Terrapattern: Machine Learning, Visual Culture and Geospatial Imaging.” Alt-AI Conference, NYC. 2016.
Artist's Talk, ACT Festival, Gwangju, Korea. 2015.
Artist's Talk, Kikk Festival, Namur, Belgium. 2015.
“University Arts Research”. Navigating Digital Futures Summit, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 2015.
Artist's Talk, HfK Bremen, Bremen, Germany. 2015.
Artist's Talk, Cooper-Hewitt / Smithsonian Design Museum, NYC. 2015.
Artist's Talk, Osaka Knowledge Capital, Osaka, Japan. 2014.
Artist's Talk, Cinekid New Media Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2014.
“The NeoLucida”, XOXO Conference, Portland, Oregon. 2014.
Artist's Talk, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Aspen, Colorado. 2014.
Artist's Talk, Semi-Permanent Festival. Auckland, New Zealand. 2014.
Artist's Talk, Aksioma Art Center. Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2014.
Artist's Talk, FutureEverything Festival, Manchester, UK. 2014.
Artist's Talk, 22nd Malofiej Infographic World Summit, Pamplona, Spain. 2014.
Keynote Address, 14th Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium, Connecticut College. 2014.
“Big Data and its Discontents”, Microsoft Research Social Computing Symposium, NYU, NYC. 2014.
Artist's Talk, Data Visualization from Data to Discovery, Art Center/Caltech, Pasadena, CA. 2013.
Artist's Talk, Eyeo Festival, Minneapolis, MN. 2013.
Artist's Talk, Digital Cultures in the Age of Big Data Symposium, Bowling Green State University, OH. 2013.
Artist's Talk, Resonate Festival, Belgrade, Serbia. 2013.
“New-Media Arts Inside and Outside the Research Laboratory”. Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA. 2012.
“Art R & D”, Emerging Technology & Advertising Conference, Toronto. 2012.
Artist's Talk, LISA Conference 2012, Guggenheim Museum, NYC. 2012.
“Rapid Prototyping, DIY Culture and Future Economies”. World Economic Forum, Tianjin, China. 2012.
“Smart Art”. World Economic Forum, Tianjin, China. 2012.
“Data+Design: The New Big Picture”. Ars Electronica Festival Symposium, Linz, Austria. 2012.
Ignite Presentation. Eyeo 2012 Festival, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. 2012.
Artist's Talk. Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), Copenhagen, Denmark. 2012.
Artist's Talk. TOCA ME 12 Design Conference, Munich, Germany. 2012.
Artist's Talk. Springsessions 2012, Graz, Austria. 2012.
Artist's Talk. FITC Amsterdam Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 2012.
Artist's Talk. Eyeo Festival. McNamara Alumni Center, Minneapolis. 2011.
Artist's Talk. Liberal Arts Forum, Elon University, Elon, NC. 2011.
Artist's Talk. Caroline Werner Gannett Visionaries in Motion Lecture Series, RIT, Rochester, NY. 2011.
Artist's Talk. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA. 2011.
Artist's Talk. FITC Tokyo Conference, Tokyo, Japan. 2011.
Artist's talk at VASD Speaker Program, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Denver, CO. 2010.
Artist's talk at Haute École D'Art et De Design, Geneva, Switzerland. 2010.
Artist's talk at Ontario College of Art and Design, Ontario, Canada. 2010.
Artist's talk at Department of Art Speaker Series, Rice University, Houston TX. 2010.
TED Talk at TED 2009. Long Beach, California. 2009.
Artist's talk at International Council of Fine Arts Deans (ICFAD) Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. 2009.
Artist's talk at Conversations at the Edge Lecture Series, Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago. 2009.
Speculative Interaction Design. HCII Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. 2009.
Artist's talk at Utah State University Visiting Artist Program, Logan, Utah. 2009.
Information Art. Visualization Forum, Duke University, Durham, NC. 2009.
Artist's talk at Flash in the Can (FITC), Toronto, Canada. 2009.
Artist's talk at Future Places Festival, Porto, Portugal. 2009.
Keynote lecture at Interacção 2008, Universidade de Évora, Portugal. 2008.
Keynote lecture at New Media Meeting 2008, Norrköping, Sweden. 2008.
Infosthetic Art. IEEE InfoVis Conference, Columbus, OH.
Artist's talk at the Art, Technology and Culture Colloquium, U.C. Berkeley, Center for New Media. 2008.
Artist's talk at Stanford HCI Seminar Series, Stanford University, Palo Alto. 2008.
Artist's talk at HCI Lecture Series, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2008.
Artist's talk at University of California at Santa Cruz Speaker Series. 2008.
Artist's talk at MIT Media Laboratory Colloquium Series, Cambridge, MA. 2007.
Artist's talk at EG'07 (The Entertainment Gathering), Getty Center, Los Angeles. 2007.
Artist's talk at Computational Thinking Seminar Series, Carnegie Mellon University. 2007.
Artist's talk at DesignWeek Monterrey, CEDIM School of Design, San Pedro, Mexico. 2006.
Artist's talk at Meet the Media Guru, Mediateca Santa Teresa, Milan. 2006.
Artist's talk at Advocate Arts Presents Lecture Series, Harvard University, Cambridge. 2006.
Keynote lecture at International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Vancouver. 2005.
Keynote lecture at Cybersonica 2005. The Dana Centre, London. 2005.
Artist's talk at Sensing Spaces: Media, Architecture & Design Lecture Series, UCLA. 2005.
Artist's talk at Slash Arts Lecture Series, Princeton University. 2005.
Keynote lecture at Int'l. Symp. on Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR), Annecy. 2004.
TED Talk at TED 2004. Monterey, California. 2004.
Artist's talk at Graduate Lecture Series Seminar, Rhode Island School of Design. 2004.
Artist's talk at Fabrica Research and Development Centre, Treviso, Italy. 2004.
ACM Multimedia Workshop on Effective Telepresence, New York City. 2004.

Select Honors and Awards:
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Prix Ars Electronica, Honorable Mention, Computer Animation Category. 2015.
Core77 Design Awards: Winner, DIY Category, 2014.
Design of the Year (Digital Category), Design Museum London, 2013.
“32 Favorite Products from 2012”, Fast Company Design, 2012.
“#1 of 10 Most Memorable Projects of 2012”, CreativeApplications.net, 2012.
“50 Designers Shaping the Future”, Fast Company Magazine, 2012.
World Technology Awards, Elected as Fellow, 2012.
Prix Ars Electronica, Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Hybrid Art Category. 2012.
Prix Ars Electronica, Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, 2009.
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) 2008 Fellowship, New Technologies / Other Genres, 2008.
Webby Award, NetArt Category, 2007 Webby Awards. 5/2007.
Berkman Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University, 2006.
Creative Capital Foundation, Artist's Grant, Emerging Fields Category. 2006.
TR100, Technology Review's “100 Top Young Innovators Under 35”, 2004.
Prix Ars Electronica, Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, 2004.
New York State Council on the Arts, Artist's Grant, 2003.
Prix Ars Electronica, Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Net Art, 2003.
The Daniel Langlois Foundation, Artist's Grant, 2003.
Rockefeller Foundation Multi-Arts Production (MAP) Fund, Artist's Grant, 2003.
Arts Council England, National Touring Programme, Artist's Grant, 2003.
ID Magazine Interaction Design Awards, Bronze Medal, 2002.
Prix Ars Electronica Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, 2002.
New York State Council on the Arts, Artist's Grant, 2002.
The Greenwall Foundation, Artist's Grant, 2002.
Berlin Transmediale, Honorable Mention, Interactive Art Prize, 2001.
Prix Ars Electronica, Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Interactive Art, 2000.

Select Curatorial Work and Event Organization
WEIRD REALITY: Head-Mounted Art && Code. Director and co-curator, symposium on VR/AR. 2016.
ART && CODE 3D: DIY 3D Sensing and Visualization. Director, symposium on 3D capture arts. 2011.
Contestational Cartographies Symposium. Co-director, event series on mapping in the arts. 2010.
Mobile ART && CODE. Director, symposium on computational arts for mobile applications. 2009.
NIME 2009: Interactive Sound Art Installations. Curator, exhibition of sound art. 2009.
ART && CODE. Director, symposium on computational arts programming. 2009.
Code, Form, Space. Co-director, symposium on generative form and fabrication. 2009.
Code and Form: C.E.B. Reas / Marius Watz. Guest curator, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. 2009.
Third Annual IEEE InfoVis Art Exhibition (Co-Curator). 2008.
Second Annual IEEE InfoVis Art Exhibition (Co-Curator). 2007.
Signal Operators, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, U. of Houston, Texas. 2006.
Dorkbot Pittsburgh, Co-founder and organizer, 2006-2010.
Singlecell & Doublecell Net Art Portals, Curator, 2000-2001.

Select Publications (2004-):
Complete information at flong.com/bio/publications
Willis, Karl D.D., Cheng Xu, Kuan Ju Wu, Golan Levin, and Mark D. Gross. “Interactive Fabrication: New Interfaces for Digital Fabrication.” TEI'11: Fifth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction. Madeira, Portugal, January 2011.
Levin, G. “Audiovisual Software Art: A Partial History”. In See this Sound, ed. Sandra Naumann and Dieter Daniels. Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria, 2009.
Levin, G. “The Table is The Score: An Augmented-Reality Interface for Real-Time, Tangible, Spectrographic Performance”. Proceedings of 2006 International Computer Music Conference. New Orleans, November 6-11, 2006.
Levin, G. “Computer Vision for Artists and Designers: Pedagogic Tools and Techniques for Novice Programmers”. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Society, Vol. 20.4. Springer Verlag, 2006.
Levin, G., Burton, E., Dudesek, K., Moriyama, T., and Sollfrank, C. “Software, Hardware, Nowhere: Statement of the Prix Ars Electronica Jury in Net Vision.” In Cyberarts 2005, Ed. Gerfried Stocker and Christine Schoepf. Hatje Cantz, 2005.
Levin, G. “A Personal Chronology of Audiovisual Systems Research.” Proceedings of New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME ‘05), Vancouver, BC, Canada. May 26-28, 2005.
Levin, G. and Lieberman. Z. “Sounds from Shapes: Audiovisual Performance with Hand Silhouette Contours in The Manual Input Sessions”. Proceedings of New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME ‘05), Vancouver, BC, Canada. May 26-28, 2005.
Levin, G. and Lieberman, Z. “In-Situ Speech Visualization in Real-Time Interactive Installation and Performance.” The 3rd International Symposium on Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR ‘04). Annecy, France, 6/2004.
Creative Code (Guest Essay). Ed. by John Maeda. Thames and Hudson, 2004.

Select Press and Reviews:
Complete information at flong.com/bio/press
Bersten, Rosanne. “ProFile: Golan Levin and DJ Spooky.” The DUES, Issue 5, Volume 1, 2/2005.
Bosco, Roberta. “La bienal del Whitney regresa a una órbita menos experimenta”. El Pais, p.10, 4/15/2004.
Boxer, Sarah. “Web Works That Insist on Your Full Attention.” The New York Times, 6/28/2005.
Brack, Jeb. “9,000 Sketches to be Immortalized on the Moon”. PSFK, 6/22/2015.
Brownlee, John. “This Neural Network Reveals Your City's Secret Patterns”. Fast Company, 6/1/2016.
Cippitelli, Lucrezia. “L'interazione uomo-macchina secondo Golan Levin”. Multimediale Italiana, 6/23/2009.
Chayka, Kyle. “How Open Source Is Disrupting Visual Art.” Creators Project, 4/4/2012.
Connor, Michael. “3 Excellent Uses of 3D Printing from Eyebeam's 'F.A.T. Gold' Exhibition” Rhizome, 4/18/2013.
Diouf, Laurent. “Golan Levin: Interactive Sounds & Graphics.” DigitalArti #5, 3/2011.
Doctorow, Cory. “NeoLucida: kickstarting a new version of the Old Masters' favorite gadget”. BoingBoing, 5/9/2013.
Doctorow, Cory. “3D-printed adapter bricks allow interconnection between construction toys.” BoingBoing, 3/19/2012.
Familian, David: “Golan Levin: The Kinesthetic and Synaesthetic Effect”. Eyecode, Beall Center, UC Irvine, 2012.
Fressola, Michael. “Cyber artist Levin goes live at Kitchen.” Staten Island Advance, 4/30/2004.
Greenberg, Andy. “How A Geek Dad And His 3D Printer Aim To Liberate Legos.” Forbes Magazine, 4/23/2012.
Hauser, Jens. “Listening between the Lines: Jaap Blonk & Golan Levin”. Arte Germany, 9/2005.
Heatwole, J. “Media Education's New Code.” AfterImage: J. of Media Arts and Criticism. Vol.34, #6. 5/2007.
Holmes, Kevin. “Golan Levin ups the Ante for Reddit's IAMA Project”. Creators Project, 2/1/2012.
Huhtamo, Erkki. “Golan Levin: Interactive Art”. Eyecode, Beall Center, UC Irvine, 2012.
Kozinn, Allan. “Communicating Ideas without a Word”. The New York Times, 2/24/2009.
Lodi, Simona. “Le opere sinestetiche di Golan Levin.” Teknemedia.net, 11/30/2006.
Manovich, Lev.”Social Data Browsing.” Tate Online, 2/14/2006.
Meyer, Robinson. “The Thrill of Terrapattern, a New Way to Search Satellite Imagery”. The Atlantic, 5/27/2016.
Noble, Joshua. “Interview: Golan Levin”. Vague Terrain, 2/1/2010.
Niessen, Bertram. “Partiture: Golan Levin, 2005-2006.” LuxFlux #22, 2006.
Panzeri, Chiara. “Artware,” la Repubblica, 7/27/2014 (Italian).
Petersen, Andrea. “Art for When There's Nothing on TV.” The Wall Street Journal, 2/16/2005.
Rivoire, Annick. “Le tableau animé de Golan Levin.” La Libération, 9/6/2004.
Rinck, Jonathan. “Democratizing Design”. Sculpture Magazine, 10/7/2015.
Schaffer, A. “Viz Whiz: How artists are mining data sets to make you see the unseen”. Slate, 8/20/2008.
Singleton, Micah. “Terrapattern is the first open-access visual search engine for satellite maps”. The Verge, 5/27/2016.
Sterling, Bruce. “The Computational Aesthetics Scene”. WIRED.com, 4/8/2010.
Sterling, Bruce. “The Free Universal Construction Kit from F.A.T.” WIRED News, 3/19/2012.
Sterling, Bruce. “Dead Media Beat: The NeoLucida Kickstarter”. WIRED.com, 5/8/2013.
Stinson, Liz. “Watch an Experiment That Turns People's Hands Into Creepy Visuals”. WIRED.com, 1/6/2015.
Stinson, Liz. “Inspiring Objects Designed for Everyone, From Arduino to a Soy Sauce Bottle.” WIRED.com, 2/19/2015.
Stinson, Liz. “Terrapattern is Like a Search Engine for Satellite Imagery”. WIRED.com, 5/27/2016.
Tan, Tori. “Golan Levin: Interview”. XFUNS #13. IdN Publishing, Hong Kong. 7/2004.
Thapan, Prashast. “We Went to the Weird Reality Symposium To Find The Limits of Virtual Reality”. Vice, 2/3/2017.
Tsigrimanis, Stefanos. “The Human Voice in a New World”. The Wire, #303, p.80. 5/2009.
Twilley, Nicola. “Meet Terrapattern, Google Earth's Missing Search Engine”. The New Yorker, 5/25/2016.
Visnjic, Filip. “The Augmented Hand Series: Playful, Dreamlike and Uncanny”. CreativeApplications.net, 1/6/2015.
Visnjic, Filip. “Terrapattern: Neural network visual search tool for satellite imagery”. CreativeApplications.net, 5/25/2016.
Voon, Claire. “Immersive Art Installations Light Up Houston's Day for Night Festival” Hyperallergic, 12/2/2016.
X-Cup Magazine, #6. “Golan Levin & Zach Lieberman”. p. 69, 12/2006. ISSN: 1819-4494.

In Select Books:
Complete information at flong.com/bio/press
Antonelli, Paola. Design and the Elastic Mind. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2008.
Antonelli, Paola. Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects. MoMA, 2011.
Austin, Tricia and Richard Doust. New Media Design. Laurence King Publishing, 2007.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah, et al. Performance and Media: Taxonomies for a Changing Field. U. of Michigan, 2015.
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Blais, Joline and Ippolito, John. The Edge of Art. Thames and Hudson, 2005.
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