Joel Slayton is founder and president of C5, a research corporation specializing in theoretical models, analysis, and tactical implementations of information technology. Slayton is a digital media art professor at San Jose State University, where he is director of the CADRE Institute, an interdisciplinary research center. He is a member of the Leonardo/ISAST board of directors and is a highly respected artist, writer, and theorist whose work has been featured in over 100 exhibitions and 50 publications. Selected for ISEA98, his theoretical paper "Re-Purpose of Information: Networks as Art" explores the hyperlogical and autocatalytic nature of network evolution. Slayton was a participant in the prestigious PAIR residency program at the Xerox Parc Research Center.
Walker Art Center Gallery 9, Joel Slayton, February 1999.