TYPO Berlin 2011 Shift - 16th International Design Conference May 19th – 21st


Jason Edward
 
Lewis
Jason Edward Lewis is a digital media artist, poet and software designer. He founded Obx Laboratory for Experimental Media, where he directs research/creation projects devising new means of creating and reading digital texts and using virtual environments to assist Native communities in preserving, interpreting and communicating cultural histories. His creative work has been featured at the Ars Electronica Center, ISEA, SIGGRAPH, Urban Screens, Mobilefest and imagineNATIVE, among other venues.

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It’s 2011; why are we still using type technology developed in the 1980s? That’s the question we ask in the ComplexType project, where we are exploring how to integrate interactivity, variability, network connectivity and data computation into the core capabilities of digital typography. This talk will present art and design work made with ComplexType fonts, as well as debut the cross-platform version of Mr. Softie, our experimental »typographic text-editor«.