John Marshall






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  • John Marshall is an artist, designer, curator, writer, and assistant professor in the School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan. His work concentrates on the development of experimental objects and spaces combining coding and electronics with computer-based design and fabrication methods. He co-founded rootoftwo to explore art, design, and electronic culture. Selected exhibitions include Chain Reaction—Museum of the City of Skopje (Macedonia), Digital Media at La Nau Valencia (Spain), Federation Square Melbourne (Australia), Museum of Science and Industry Manchester (United Kingdom), and folly—Lancaster (United Kingdom). He co-curated the art, design, and technology exhibition Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders (United Kingdom) and edited the companion catalog. He has published and presented his research in China, Europe, Japan, and the US. He has a PhD from Robert Gordon University (United Kingdom) for work exploring hybrid art and design practices mediated through computer-based design and fabrication technologies.

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