Greg Turner-Rahman, Ph.D.
College of Art & Architecture
Art and Design program
Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 2004
Ph.D. Interdisciplinary, Visual Culture/New Media, Washington State University, 2004
M.S. Architecture, Washington State University, 1996
BFA Industrial Design, University of Washington, 1994
New Media Studies
Dr. Turner-Rahman’s current research explores cultural production in the electronic realm, creative communities, and, more recently, visual reasoning. He has studied design communities from within as his professional experience spans the disciplines of graphic design, interface and web development, and industrial design. As a member of a creative team, he garnered Apex and Clarion awards for writing and design work. His freelance practice has served clients such as Washington State University, Metro Seattle and Precor.
*See cv for full list of publications and creative activities
- Turner-Rahman, G.S., (2012). "Abductive Authorship of the New Media Artifact" in Media Authorship, Chris, C. and Gerstner, D. (eds.). New York: Routledge.
- Exhibit - University of Idaho Faculty Recent Works. Pritchard Art Gallery, Moscow, Idaho, 2011.
- Turner-Rahman, G. (2009). Ellabug. Clarksville, Tennessee: Diversion Press, Inc.
- Turner-Rahman, G. S., (2008) Parallel Practices and the Dialectics of Open Creative Production. Journal of Design History (21:371-386).
- Turner-Rahman, G. S. (2008). Doing – Making – Meaning, International Conference on Critical Literacy in Visual Culture, Dallas, Texas.
- Turner-Rahman, G. S. (2008). The Machinimatic Moment, Electronic Literature Organization Conference, Vancouver, Washington: Electronic Literature Organization.
- Illustrations - New Yorker Magazine online (February 2008). “Eustace’s Three - Ounce Quandary”, http://www.newyorker.com/online/2008/02/11/slideshow_080211_tilleycontest?slide=2
- Scholarly Presentations - Turner-Rahman, G. S. (Presenter & Author), Jacobson, J. (Presenter & Author), Using Vision to Think Seminar, "Visual Reasoning," Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Washington State University. (September 27, 2007).
- Exhibit - University of Idaho Faculty Recent Works. Pritchard Art Gallery, Moscow, Idaho. 2009.