Alex Wright

Butterflies, semacodes and wireless cemeteries

September 12, 2008

When he's not figuring out knotty IA problems for the Times, my colleague Elliott Malkin works as an artist exploring the intersections between memory, information and physical spaces. He'll be talking about his work at the upcoming IDEA conference in Chicago.

My friend (and erstwhile Times colleague) Liz Danzico has written up an interview with Elliott in the latest Boxes and Arrows.

More about Elliott's work:

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