Visual & Critical Studies Forum
Wednesday, October 10, 10 am – 12 pm
Boardroom, San Francisco campus
The work of Brenda Laurel, chair of the MFA Program in Design at CCA, focuses on interactive narrative, human-computer interaction, and cultural aspects of technology. In addition to her academic, information technology, and design accomplishments, Laurel has published on topics including interactive fiction, computer games, autonomous agents, virtual reality, and political and artistic issues in interactive media. She is the author of Design Research: Methods and Perspectives (2004), Utopian Entrepreneur (2001), and Computers as Theatre (1991). She is also the editor of The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design (1991).