Malcolm McCullough

Malcolm McCullough is the author of Ambient Commons—Attention in the Age of Embodied Information, a book on information environmentalism and the benefits of attention to surroundings, and Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan, where he teaches design studios and courses in pervasive computing. A widely recognized scholar on digital media culture, his previous books include Digital Ground—Architecture Pervasive Computing and Environmental Knowing (2004), Abstracting Craft (1996), and on the basis of these he has given nearly fifty invited talks, in over a dozen countries. McCullough previously served on design faculty at Carnegie Mellon, and for ten years at Harvard. He is currently researching a book on responsive surfaces in architecture.