Why Programming Is Just Like Poetry [PSFK 2013]

Why Programming Is Just Like Poetry [PSFK 2013]
Design

Creative technologist Zach Lieberman shares how he's created a school to work with students to build interactive pedagogical tools.

Zach Lieberman
  • 2 june 2013

Zach Lieberman, artist and creative technologist, spoke at PSFK CONFERENCE 2013 about his recent project the school for poetic computation. Lieberman works as a media artist, developing tools which utilize new media to form compelling messages, such as a project with Nike which took paths mapped by runners and turned them into a painting. As he says, the goal is to create magic and evoke strange experiences for people.

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