Kevin Hamilton
Associate Professor
New Media

kham@illinois.edu | website | CV

Teaching areas:

Digital Imaging, Time-based and Interactive Media; Critical Theory and History of Media; Collaboration

Research areas:

Technoscience, Social Media, Telepresence, Pedagogy, Cybernetics, Methodologies of Collaboration


BFA Rhode Island School of Design, S.M. Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Kevin Hamilton works as an artist and scholar to better understand the role of technologies in how modernity is lived and imagined. His research includes writing and publication, cross-disciplinary collaboration, networked media production, and the creation of artworks for public and gallery settings.

Recent work:

Courses taught:

Design 1, Intermediate Studio, Advanced Studio, Current Art Issues, Time Arts 1+2, Interactivity 1+2, Mobile Mapping for Everyday Spaces, Introduction to New Media