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Graham Wakefield

York University
Assistant Professor
Graham Wakefield is Assistant Professor in the School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design at York University, Toronto, where he runs the Alice Lab for Computational Worldmaking. His research has evolved from computer music composition to the generation of open-ended immersive environments, expressed through software design for creative coding, and immersive artworks of artificial ecosystems. On sunnier days Graham is a software developer at Cycling '74, co-authoring Gen for Max/MSP/Jitter, the VR package for Oculus and Vive headsets, and many more supporting spatial audio composition, computer vision, networking, etc, including co-authoring the Gibberwocky live coding suite with Charlie Roberts. Graham's works and publications have been performed, exhibited and presented at international events including SIGGRAPH, ICMC, NIME, EvoWorkshops and ISEA.