John Barber and Greg Philbrook
John F. Barber, Ph.D., teaches
in The Creative Media & Digital Culture program at Washington
State University Vancouver. His research and practice combines
media art, Digital Humanities, and sound. He developed and
maintains Radio Nouspace (www.radionouspace.net), a
curated listening gallery/virtual museum for sound featuring
historical and experimental radio+audio drama, radio+sound art,
and sound poetry. His radio+sound art work has been broadcast
internationally, and featured in juried exhibitions in America,
Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Germany, Ireland, Italy,
Lithuania, Macedonia, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and
United Arab Emirates.
Greg Philbrook is the technical and instructional technician for The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program (CMDC) at Washington State University Vancouver. He manages the program's computer labs and web server, heads student workshops, and collaborates with faculty on numerous projects. As a developer, he built both the preservation catalog for the Electronic Literature Lab and the program's inventory system, worked with Dene Grigar (CMDC Program Director) on the interactive story Curlew. He has also provided technical support at exhibits curated by Grigar at the Library of Congress, Electronic Literature Organization conferences, and Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, B.C.