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Jeremy Hight

Studio City, California
Jeremy Hight created locative narrative in the work “34 north 118 west”. His essay “Narrative Archaeology” was named one of the four key texts in locative media art. His collaborative work “Carrizo Parkfield Diaries” is in the permanent digital collection of the Whitney Museum. He has published 40 essays and book chapters on Augmented Reality, Locative Media, Interface Design and a new method of measuring time geo​-spatially. He has three books coming out in 2014 (one prose, one poetry, one geo​spatial pedagogy). He created a new form of Augmented Reality poetics and poetry in 2013 that was exhibited in Washington D.C and the related theory was published at NEME. He currently is developing a model of narrative run by quantum mechanics. He recently wrote part of the text for a special exhibit at the Moscow Biennale on space and form that has been published as a book. He is on the program commi

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