The
CalArts Alumni Magazine

Jeremy Hight (Critical Studies 98)

Jeremy Hight (Critical Studies 98) reports, “My electronic literature work Do I was one of 22 works selected for the international exhibition Anonymous Waves. My short story was performed on an international radio show and podcast. In October, I will chair several panels on augmented reality at ISEA 2020. A university has archived my notes from my collaborative text and image work, Carrizo Parkfield Diaries, which is now in the permanent digital collection of the Whitney Museum.”