Quiet Babylon is run by Tim Maly.
With the Dredge Research Collaborative I’m documenting monumental acts of unacknowledged landscape architecture. Emily Horne and I run an independent design studio called Border Town. I’m the project coordinator for Upper Toronto, a utopian performance about cities. In September 2010, I curated 50 Posts About Cyborgs.
I’m a founding staff writer at Wired Design. We’re documenting what we believe is a new industrial revolution, built on rapid fabrication and mass customization. I’m focused on the materials, processes, logistics chains, and designs that will reshape our world.
We ran a DredgeFest symposium and boat tour at Studio-X in New York. I defended impractical alternatives at Harvard’s MetaLab. CBC’s Spark interviewed me about hypnotizing computers. I argued that collaboration could be an artistic medium at Homework. I once gave a high speed talk about cyborgs at Ignite Toronto.