Adam Nash

Looking forward to working with everyone. I call myself a virtual artist. Diagrams I’m not sure of. In a way, I have worked with them my whole life in relation to musical scores, associated physical diagrams, generative algorithms and so forth. But I am unsure of my footing/heading in this workshop, though I am particularly interested in the generic potential of (both retro- and pro-spective) diagrammatic techniques in relation to the modulation between digital data and material affect. I teach Virtual Environments and Interactive Media Design in the Bachelor of Design (Games) at RMIT University, and my recently awarded PhD was entitled The Multi-User Virtual Environment as a Post-Convergent Medium. It was a very practice-based research project. I look forward to working with all the interesting people at this workshop.

My “diagram of a life”, for a life is not one’s own: