On Sept. 10th, we launched our Mozilla Foundation-funded project titled, “Black Arts + Culture: Generative Traditions with AI and Design in
On the 26th of May 2021, it was announced that my project, “Design and Making in the Trinidad Carnival: Histories,
In January, Dr. Noel and her team won a grant from the Mozilla Foundation to examine and interrogate the connections between AI
On December 3rd, I gave a talk at the Computational Design Lecture Series at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture.
October 2019 – I presented my paper, “Reviving a Craft through Architecture: Computational Making of a lightweight pavilion based on wire-bending
September 2019 – In this talk, I bring to the fore debates and controversies in the Trinidad Carnival to highlight
September 2019 – I organized and chaired a panel at 4S 2019 (Society for Social Studies of Science) with Lisa
June 2019 – My paper, “Design Computation and Restoring Craftsmanship: The Bailey-Derek Grammar in Wire-Bending” was published in the proceedings
May 2019 – On May 9th 2019, I successfully defended my Ph.D. dissertation, “A Framework for Repairing Craft: A Case
Spring 2019 – I designed and taught a design seminar named, “Computational Craft: Inquiry, Theory, and Applications” at Georgia Tech.