Log in to post comments Position Assistant Professor Studio Art Core Academic Area Studio Art Core Office Hours MWF | 1:30PM – 3:30PM By Appointment Only. Location Main Art Building Email email@example.com CV TRITONM_CV.pdf Research Focus My research is focused on the discontinuities of emergent technologies and the associated implications for marginalized communities. Applying areas of critical making in programming, interventionist performance + installations, speculative design, digital media hacking, and industrial fabrication as a contribution to disruption. Triton Mobley is a new media artist, educator, and scholar whose interventionist works, and guerrilla performances have been exhibited at Art Basel Miami, Art Miami, and staged in Boston, New York, Providence, and across Japan. Triton’s practice culls together samples of seemingly disparate methodologies of critical making in programming, performative installations, speculative design, digital media hacking, and industrial fabrication. Triton holds an MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design and is a PhD candidate in Media Arts + Practice and Annenberg Fellow at the University of Southern California. Triton Mobley is an Assistant Professor of Studio Art Core in the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. His research and practice reposition ontological inquiries—situated between the discontinuities of emergent technologies and communities of marginality, assembling critical distillations to engender public reexamination. His most recent artworks, Coded #000000 and Volumetric Black, uncover the literal en/coding of anti-blackness into digital imaging technologies. A body of work that reimagines narrative structures of working–class resistance within the digital delay—via fabricated digital outputs. This research has been presented at the African American History, Culture & Digital Humanities’ Intentionally Digital, Intentionally Black conference in Maryland, as well as the Art Machines: International Symposium on Computational Media Art at City University of Hong Kong, and most recently at CURRENTS Virtual Festival 2020.