Early adopter. Web pioneer. Connoisseur of emerging technologies. Appreciator of systems. Collector of analog devices. Teacher of technology, high and low. Douglas Goodwin is a technologist investigating the mechanisms by which language and other technologies mediate our perception of reality.
Goodwin's work has shown at many venues including the Toronto International Film Festival, Harvard Film Archive, Ambulante, London Film Festival, Pacific Film Archive, Frankfurt Film Museum, SIGGRAPH, REDCAT, the Orphans Film Symposium, the Courtisane Festival, Eyebeam, and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. "Lossless," a collaboration with Rebeca Baron, was the first digital work to enter the collection of the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY.
He currently serves as the first Fletcher Jones Foundation Scholar in Computation and a Visiting Assistant Professor of Media Studies at Scripps College.