Large scale prints from Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise will be a part of an exhibition entitled Hybrid Geographies at SUNY Stonybrook, in New York. From the exhibition prospectus:

Hybrid Geographies is a series of events exploring the transformation of space in the digital era. It examines an era of ubiquitous screens, a globalized, hybridized media environment often termed a “convergence culture.” This is a world of light-weight laptops and handheld devices that can be connected to wireless networks at the library, coffee shop, or university in order to send text, audio or video to friends or strangers across the globe. It’s a world where driving on the interstate highways, one can increasingly see glowing screens through the windows of passing cars. It’s also a world of cell phones, sending data voice, image and video. Fundamentally, these many devices are all computers—and as such, capable of a wide range of tasks and applications which have yet to be developed.

The exhibition runs Oct 22nd – Dec 11th, 2009 at the Stony Brook SAC Gallery.