Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell is one of five Digital Humanities undergraduate fellows from the 2014-2015 academic year. At the time of his year-long fellowship project, Craig was a Senior at Amherst College.

Cruising the Virtual

Mobile Architectures and Digital Fog

By defining ‘space’ as, at its core, an activity generated by the subjective human experience–from subjective human bodies–this project firmly grounds itself in both the ‘digital humanities’ and the ‘humanity of the digital.’

Craig’s project is an ethical and aesthetic exploration into the architectures of cyberspace and poetics of virtuality. Through an interdisciplinary practice of research, rendering, and writing, the project engages how architects, artists, and designers can break from design conventions of digital space to constitute novel modes of engagement. In this sense, Craig’s project is a speculative one; it aims to find new words, forms, and movements for creating and critiquing spaces both virtual and actual.