Frances Dyson

Frances Dyson is a writer and media artist with a research focus on sound, digital media and posthumanism. Her web based project "And then it was Now" on Experiments in Art and Technology in the 1960's can be found at ( Other recent writing can be found in Laura Davidson, Liz Bondi, Laura Cameron, and Mick Smith, (eds.) , Feeling our Way: Advancing Emotional Geographies, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate (in press); Convergence: Winter, 2005 (London: Sage), and Catherine Richards Excitable Tissues (Ottawa Art Gallery) 2004. Her book Sounding New Media: Immersion and Embodiment in the Arts and Culture -- is forthcoming with the University of California Press, summer 2009. Dyson's audio artworks can be heard on New America Radioarchives. She is Associate Professor of Technocultural Studies at UC Davis.