Henry Warwick comes to Ryerson University from a long career in software and graphic design, having worked with cutting edge technology teams at Apple (Final Cut Pro), Napster, and goFish, designed type for fontBank and type development for Microsoft, and graphic design for countless clients. He has maintained an active electronic music practice since 1986, and all of his artwork is freely downloadable at his website: kether.com. He also keeps a blog of contemporary ideas and issues at misterwarwick.wordpress.com. He has previous teaching appointments at A.I.I. of California at San Francisco and New Jersey City University in Jersey City, NJ. Education: BFA, 1981, Rutgers University (MGSA), visual systems studies (a major of his own invention) MFA, 2004, Goddard College, Vermont, Interdisciplinary Art PhD, European Graduate School, Culture and Communication.
Recent print publications include "CODE.X" available from amazon.com and "Radical Tactics of the Offline Library" published by Internet Network Cultures, Amsterdam. Recent music publications include "Something Borrowed" (Auricular Records) and "something Old + Something New" (Auricular Records).