Scott is interested in the interdependence of society and emerging technology, particularly digital media. His installation, video, and experiential work addressing algorithmic culture has been exhibited and installed throughout the USA, Europe, Middle East, and China. Scott was the head of documentation for the open source Arduino platform and a partner in Lightband Studio. He works with electronics, networks, light, and code.

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Co-Director IDM / Industry Associate Professor
Director of Online Programs
Global Network Arts Professor 
Technology, Culture and Society
shf220@nyu.edu

(646) 997 3619

TOOLS + MEDIUMS OF PRODUCTION
Physical Computing, Creative Coding, Web & Network Technologies, Media Art, IoT, Machine Learning, Digital Fabrication, Light, Projection

METHODS + APPROACHES
Data Visualization / Data-Driven Investigation, Art History, Speculative Design, Critical Design, Algorithmic Design, Media Art, Digital Art, Digital Design

TOPICS + THEMES
Media Studies, Assistive Technology, Education, Human Computer Interaction, New Materialism, Posthumanism, Humor, Absurdity, Hacking