|Born||Brett Owen Stalbaum|
|🏫 Education||see Field|
|Educations, art and technology, digital media|
|Notable work||Walkingtools, Calzona Collective, C5|
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Brett Stalbaum is a professor of art & technology and digital media at UCSD at the Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts and Speculative Design Majors at the Visual Arts Department. He is also a artist, computer scientist and author. Stalbaum has collaborated on the Walkingtools project and with the C5 group. He writes softwares and creates digital interactive art & technology pieces. Most recently, he and Cicero da Silva are developing the Calzona Collective project..
Stalbaum was co-founder of the Electronic Disturbance Theater in 1998 and co-developed the software called FloodNet.
- Transborder Immigrant Tool
- Gun Geo Marker
- Walk with Me: Brother can you spare some time?
- Earth Computing
- After land art: database and the locative turn, published in Intelligent Agent Volume 4, number 4, 2005. www.intelligentagent.com, Christiane Paul, director and publisher, Patrick Lichty, Editor and Chief.
- The Sensor network is the computer, published in the Internet Freedom Festival (Valencia, Spain) Proceedings. Brett Stalbaum and Cicero da Silva, 2016.
- Editorial Notes for Big Data, published in YLEM, Artists Using Science & Technology, Volume 24 Number 8, July–August 2004.
- Issue of the YLEM journal features the texts by artists working with large data sets in their practice, all of which were requested, organized, and edited by Brett Stalbaum, originally for a special issue of YLEM. In Volume 24, Number 8 are: Jevbratt, Lisa, The Prospect of the Sublime in Data Visualizations.
- Lau, Grace (3 April 2006). "D|MA M259: Database Aesthetics (Speakers)". UCLA. Retrieved 2 July 2018.
- "Critics Blast Transborder Immigrant Tool as 'Irresponsible' Use of Technology". Fox News Channel. 10 March 2010.
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