Jacob Gaboury

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Jacob Gaboury is Assistant Professor of Digital Media & Visual Culture in the department of Cultural Analysis & Theory at Stony Brook University. His research focuses on the intersection of visual culture, queer theory, and media archaeology. He was Rhizome's Editorial Fellow in 2010 in the lead up to "Free", an exhibition curated by Lauren Cornell for the New Museum. Since 2011 he has served as a Rhizome staff writer and contributor.
Feb. 26 2013 15:08 on A Queer History of Computing

Thank you for your comment! The five I have chosen were selected because they can be directly linked to one another through either a personal or professional connection, though this ...
Feb. 26 2013 15:03 on A Queer History of Computing

The five I plan to feature are all in some direct way connected to Turing, though there is always the possibility of expanding the project beyond that scope, and Sophie ...
I totally agree with what you say about the role of critique, and I honestly don't see any personal criticism in your comments, so no worries there. In fact it ...
If it helps any, I actually came into the show with a ton of reservations and after having an extended conversation with our editor about how I would probably totally ...
Aug. 18 2011 23:11 on It’s Only Humanist

It's interesting that so few artists have used the kind of default 3D models that are widely used in the industry and available in all 3D modeling software (Utah Teapot ...
July 2 2010 14:30 on General Web Content

While I appreciate the troll baiting tone of your comment, there is a link to the original comic from the Encyclopedia Dramatica page in which Whynne is specifically named. Although ...