b. 1989, Park Ridge, IL.
Material Constitution without Coincident Objects. 2014. [Email for a draft]
A Note on Pillow and Kivy’s Account of an Artwork’s `Versions.’ 2014. [Email for a draft]
Currently based in New York.
Curriculum Vitae: August 31, 2014 [PDF]
— Papers (in progress)
— Overviews, Summaries, Notes & Miscellany
Hume’s Problem of Induction. Mini summary of David Hume’s famous problem. 2014
Art: Definitions and Analyses. Notes written for an informal philosophy of art reading group I lead from January to May that discussed various definitions of art in the analytic tradition. 2014.
Names and Reference. Abandoned and incomplete summary of two competing theories of meaning most prominent in philosophy of language, i.e., descriptivism and direct reference theory. 2014.
Where is here? When is now? Who is I?. An overview of indexicality and some of its more metaphysical implications. I first begin by summarizing Kaplan’s classical theory of pure indexicals, then go on to overview the handful of theories that have evolved from out of it. 2013.
Dark Machines: Wyatt Niehaus. Art in America, July 16, 2014.
What are Casual Essays?. WOW HUH, February 17, 2014.
In Conversation with KERNEL. BOMB Magazine, April 3, 2014.
On Pleaselike.com. In Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives, edited by Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch, 259-263. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, 2013.
Art from Outside the Googleplex: An Interview with Andrew Norman Wilson. Rhizome.org, May 14, 2012.
— Articles & Interviews
— Panels & Lectures
More Than Just Blogs: New Formats in Design Criticism. Panel discussion at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, 2014.
Online Platforms. Lecture for the Jackalope Art Conference at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, 2012.
Curating Internet Art. With Theodore Darst, Lecture for Upgrade! Chicago at The Nightingale Theatre, Chicago, IL, 2011.
Philosophy of Art Group, 2014.
A reading group that meets every Sunday to discuss issues within aesthetics and philosophy of art. Anyone with an interest in philosophy of art is welcome to attend.
Pool was a research project I founded in 2011 that explored the relationship between contemporary art and the internet. The project culminated in an online platform and PDF publication spanning eight issues, with over forty published articles from contributors worldwide. The project came to a close in 2012 and will be published as a book by LINK Editions (Italy) sometime in late 2014.