Publications and Presentations

  • Quitmeyer, Andrew. “Digital Naturalism: Designing Holistic Ethological Interaction.” CHI  ’14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (2014).
  • Nitsche, Quitmeyer, et al. “Teaching Digital Craft.” alt.chi – CHI ’14 Human Factors in Computing Systems. (2014)
  • Quitmeyer, Nitsche. “Mark Your Territory: Bridging Ownership between Real and Digital Spaces,” Cybernetics – Leonardo Electronic Almanac.(2014)
  • Whitson, Roger – Quitmeyer, Andrew. “‘Living Lightning’ Highlighted Project in Critical Making in Digital Humanities.” Modern Language Association Convention. (2014).
  • Quitmeyer, Nitsche, Ansari. “Media in Performance – The Subway Project,” International Journal of Art and Technology (IJART). (2014).
  • Quitmeyer. “Digital Naturalism: Interspecies Performative Tool-Making for Embodied Science,” UbiComp – Doctoral School Senior – Zurich. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer, “Tortoise Tracker.” In How to Do Absolutely Everything: Homegrown Projects from Real Do-It-Yourself Experts (p. 173). Skyhorse Publishing. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer, Ansari, Nitsche. “Subway: Activist Performance through Mediation,” ArtsIT: Milan, Italy. (2013).
  • Mazalek, Ali, Michael Nitsche, Sanjay Chandrasekharan, Tim Welsh, Paul Clifton, Andrew Quitmeyer, Firaz Peer, Friedrich Kirschner. “Recognizing Your Self in Virtual Avatars,” International Journal of Art and Technology (IJART). (2013).
  • Quitmeyer, Nitsche. “Mark Your Territory: Bridging Ownership between Real and Digital Spaces,” Interactive Media Arts Conference  (2012)
  • Quitmeyer, Nitsche. “Documatic: Participatory, Mobile Shooting Assistant, Pre-Editor, and Groundwork for Semi-Automatic Filmmaking,” European Interactive Televsion Conference. (2012)
  • Yang, Quitmeyer, Hrolenok, Nguyen, Balch, Medina, Sherer, Hybinette. “Ant Hunt: Towards a Validated Model of Live Ant Hunting Behavior,” Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society. (2012)
  • Quitmeyer, Balch. “Waggle Dance,” AAAI Video Competition (2011)
  • Mazalek, Ali/ Nitsche, Michael/ Chandrasekharan, Sanjay/ Welsh, Tim/ Clifton, Paul/ Quitmeyer, Andrew/ Peer, Firaz/ Kirschner, Friedrich. “I’m in the Game: Embodied Puppet Interface Improves Avatar Control,” in: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction TEI 2011 (Jan 23-26 2011, Madeira, Portugal) New York: ACM, 2011, 129-136.
  • Mazalek, Ali/ Nitsche,Michael/ Chandrasekharan,Sanjay/ Welsh, Tim/ Clifton,Paul/ Quitmeyer, Andrew/ Peer, Firaz/ Kirschner, Friedrich. “Recognizing Self in Puppet Controlled Virtual Avatars,” in: Fun and Games (Sept 15-16, Leuven, BEL) New York, ACM, 2010, 66-73.

Presentations and Exhibitions

  • Quitmeyer. “Modular, low-cost Arboreal Ant (Azteca alfari) Tracking Sensor Development in Panama.” Entomological Society of America. (2014)
  • Quitmeyer. “Jungle Fluids,” Slingshot Music, Tech, and Electronic Arts Festival. Athens, Georgia. [Experimental Installation]  (2014).
  • Quitmeyer. “Digital Naturalism,” University of Scranton [Invited Talks]. (2014).
  • Quitmeyer, Clifton, Durkin. “Open Source Sex Toys,” Arse Elektronika. (2014)
  • Quitmeyer. “Seminar – Digital Naturalism: Ethology and the Behavioral Medium,” University of Scranton. (2014)
  • Quitmeyer. Designing Sex Toys in the Wild. Arse Elektronika. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer. Subway Installation,” Digital Atlanta [Artist Award and Exhibition]
  • Quitmeyer. “Digital Naturalism,” Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute: BAMBI Talk – Barro Colorado Island. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer. “Cybernetic Superorganism,” Emory Visual Scholarship Initiative – Atlanta, GA. 2013.
  • Quitmeyer. “Subway and Digital Naturalism,” Queen Mary University of London and the Royal College of Art [Invited Talks]. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer, Nitsche, Ansari. “Subway.” Artaud Forum: Theatre and Resonant Politics, Brunel University. (2013).
  • Winter School on Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies,” Center for Nanotechnology in Society – Arizona State University. (2013) [Invited Collaborator]
  • Quitmeyer. “Digital Biocrafting,” Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute: Gamboa Talk – Gamboa Panama. (2012).
  • Quitmeyer, Ansari, Nitsche. “Subway: Preview and Process,” Activist Technology Demo Day – Eyebeam. (2012) 
  • Quitmeyer, “Semi-Automatic Filmmaking with Mobile Devices,” MINA Mobile Creativity and Innovation Symposium. (2011).


  • Quitmeyer, Fisher, Perner-Wilson. Dissemination Lab Hiking Hack – Madagascar (2015)
  • Quitmeyer, Yen, Swarts, Clifton. Wearables Hiking Hack Smokey Mountains – Madagascar (2015)
  • Quitmeyer, Clifton, Durkin. Arse Elektronika / Good Vibrations – DIY Open-Source Sex Tech (2014)
  • Transcontinental Hiking Hack – Panama  (2014)
  • Signalfire, “Wolf: Apache Wilderness,” [Accepted to Artists’ Residency]. (2014)
  • Quitmeyer. “Digital Biocrafting Workshops,” Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute – Gamboa Panama. (2013).
  • Quitmeyer, Ansari, Nitsche. “Performing Subway,” International Symposium on Electronic Art – Sydney, Australia. (2013). [Self Financial Decline]
  • Quitmeyer, Ansari, Nitsche, Kashani. “How to use the Subway Dance App” [secret workshop and discussion] – Atlanta, New York, Teheran. (2012).
  • Quitmeyer, Fann. “Storytelling Studio Workshops – China,” Shenzhen, China. (2009).
  • Quitmeyer, Aleman. “Rincon Del Relato,” Quito, Ecuador. (2008).
  • Quitmeyer, Ebata. “Storytelling Studio Workshops,” University of Illinois – Urbana, Illinois. (2007).
  • Transnational East Asian Film Summer SeminarIndiana-Illinois University2007. [Invited Collaborator]
Andrew Quitmeyer All work is contributed to the public domain. 2015