C.V. </br> Mathew Lippincott </br> PO Box 1487 </br> Milwaukee, WI 53201-1487
- 2017.6-present, designing flight hardware, Head Full of Air LLC
- 2015-2017.11, ANSI/IAPMO WE Stand, Composting Toilet Committee Chair
- 2017.6-2017.8, Guerilla Science, Resident
- 2010.11-2017.6, Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science, Director of Production
- 2015-2016, Recode, Adviser
- 2010-2015, Recode, Researcher and Code Writer
- 2009.12-2014.4, MDML design, Co-founder and Developer
2011.3 Oregon Reach Code 712.11 Composting Toilets
2013-15 IAPMO UPC Green Supplement Composting Toilet Committee Chair
2015-17 ANSI WE Stand Composting Toilet Committee Chair
2011, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Intermedia 362: Art and Science, Collaborative Design MFA mentor.
2007-2008, Harvestworks, NY Individual instruction in video production and Max, teaching assistant to Zachary Seldess.
2006-2008, Veritas Prep, NY Classroom instructor and tutor, GMAT preperation through formal logic.
2005-2006, Oberlin College, OH Tutor for formal logic, individual and group study.
2004, Boys & Girls Club, Framingham, MA Lead instructor for mixed classes ages 12-15, Massachusetts Department of Education pilot program in youth robotics.
CEWAS Water and Sanitation Program 2011
Oberlin College 2003-2006, BA Philosophy
Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts 2001-2003
Wellesley High School 2001, Gerald P. Murphy Humanities Award Recipient
“2017 WE Stand Water Efficiency and Conservation Standard,” ANSI, Section 403.0, editor, published April 2018.
“Acquiring Data by Mining the Past: Pairing Communities with Environmental Monitoring Methods through Open Online Collaborative Replication,” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Poster, Mathew Lippincott, Geoff Bland, Andy Henry, and David Bydlowski, December 2016.
Grassroots Mapping Forum #2-#5, #11, (semi-annual), editor issues 2-5, 2011-2014 & issue 11, 2016.
“Detritivore Design: How to use trash to create scalable solutions.” PBS MediaShift IdeaLab Blog - Mathew Lippincott, 30 May 2013.
“Mapping Grassroots: Geodata and the structure of community-led open environmental science.” Breen, J., Dosemagen, S., Warren, J., Lippincott, M. In ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, vol. 14(3).
“Accountability Technologies, Chapter: Civic, Citizen, and Grassroots Science: Towards a transformative scientific research model,” Accountability Technologies, with Shannon Dosemagen, Liz Barry, Jessica Breen, and Don Blair. MIT Press, 2013.
“Public Lab’s Keys to Developing Low-Cost Science Tools,” PBS MediaShift IdeaLab Blog - Mathew Lippincott and Adam Griffith, 22 May 2012.
“Technoscience as Activism,” Keynote with Shannon Dosemagen & Sara Wylie, RPI 2012.
Trade School Journal, New York: 2011. with the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
“Grassroots Mapping and DIY Aerospace,” RAW: Geographies, Publication Studio, Portland: 2011.
“Why I made a Mutoscope,” Perfect Wave Magazine, Perfect Wave Gallery, New York: 2010.
“Mutoscope for Fernando,” Displacements, Obra Social Caja Madrid, Madrid: 2010.
2018.8 Tethered Aerosystems Working Group, Introducing Airpup
2016.8.18 2nd Annual Urine Diversion Summit, New Plumbing Code for Urine Diverting & Composting Toilet Systems
2015.7.22 New America Foundation, Ethics of Aerial Photography, with Shannon Dosemagen
2015.8.5 EPA Tech Demo Day, with Don Blair
2015.6.26 Open Source Bridge, Open Source Collaboration for Tackling Real World Environmental Problems, with Dana Bauer
2015.1.29 EPA Federal Community of Practice on Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science, Low Cost Instrumentation and Sensors for Citizen Science
2013.9 University College London with Shannon Dosemagen
2013.6 Computers, Freedom, & Privacy: Homegrown Drones, with Amie Stepanovich
2013.3 TEDxConcordia University Portland: Iconic Toilets
2013.3 LaPine Groundwater Committee: Performance Coding
2012.9 State of the Map USA: Grassroots Mapping and Open Streetmap
2012.9 Public Participation in Scientific Research, with Shannon Dosemagen
2012.8-10 Recode Oregon State Tour, 10 regional DEQ locations + testing labs & 20 community meetings
2012.8 Toorcamp: Grassroots Mapping
2012.6 RPI, Technoscience as Activism Keynote with Shannon Dosemagen & Sara Wylie 2012.4 Where 2.0: Grassroots Mapping
2012.3 SXSW with Shannon Dosemagen, Gregory Foster, and Jen Hudon
2012.3 Tx/Rx Labs- “Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science” With Shannon Dosemagen
2012.2 MobilityShifts with PHil Silva, Ed Keller, and Liz Barry
2012.1 PSU: Redesigning the Toilet, with Molly Danielsson
2011.11 Grassroots Mapping in Butte, at the National Affordable Housing Network 2010.10.3 Cyborg Camp PDX:Sanitation- A Problem of Scale
2010.9.27 WhereCamp PDX: DIY aerial mapping
2010.6-8 Gallery Homeland & Research Club: Grassroots Mapping Portland
2010.5.1 May Day with Right 2 Survive: Emergency Sanitation
2010.4.10 Research Club: the Future of Urban Sanitation
2009.7.2 Ignite Toorcamp: Development of the Modern Kite Balloon
2008.12.11 Philadelphia Institute for Advanced Study: Aerospace & Artists
2018.6.30, Stormy Sled Kite Making Workshop, Cully Park opening, Portland, OR
2017.8.17-23 Boundary Layers at Guerilla ScienceOregon Eclipse Festival, Ochoco National Forest, OR
2014 (permanent) Beacon Food forest Signage, Seattle, WA
2014.1 Futurescapes City Tours, PSU & Recess Gallery, Portland, OR
2012.3.13 Constructive Interference, Emory University
2011.10.30 NW Permaculture Convergence, Portland, OR
2011.3.25 Trade School at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Spectrometer Workshop, with the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
2011.3.5 Reed Arts Week, Reed College, Portand, OR Grassroots Mapping and DIY Aerospace, workshop
2011.2, Sustainable Phosphorus Summit, Phoenix, AZ The Nitrogen Cycle, with Molly Danielsson
2010.4-12, Centrequatre, Paris, FR, Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona, ES, La Fabrica, Madrid, ES Mutoscope for Fernando, with Fenrnando Renes
2010.5.10, Grand Detour, Portland, OR TV Infant, 5-video loop installation
2010.5.10-6.01, AT1 Projects, Los Angeles, CA Cloacina Erzatz with Molly Danielsson 2009.4.4, Wild Garden, Brooklyn, NY California by Air, video loop
2009.3.27, Oekonux 4 conference, Manchester, UK Open Source Ecology’s New Solar Economy Map
2009.2.24, Arthurdesh, Market Hotel, Brooklyn, NY moires and projectors, with Harry Gassel 2008.12.11, Philadelphia Institute for Advanced Study, Phildelphia, PA Bridging the Sky, performance
2008.8.30, Harbor Laboratory @ U-TURN, Copenhagen, DK olar Balloon flight with assistance from Parfyme and Adventure Squad!
2008.8.2, The Perfect Wave, Brooklyn, NY Precarious Spike inflatable sculpture
2007.12.5-8, Rush Arts Gallery @ Buena Vista Building, Miami, FL Classique by Rashaad Newsome, created with my editing program, VidGrid
2007.9.28, 111 Front St. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY ii-controller audio performance system for Rashaad Newsome
2007.4.15, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH For the Love of God by Tom Arsenault ive video collaboration with dancer troupe, novel electronic scoring system
2007.3.26, Goodbye Blue Monday, Brookyn, NY ive show of projections and feedback 2007.2.10, PLNY, Brooklyn, NY Shanghaied, 1:20 video
2006.10.20, Cakeshop, New York, NY xhibition of three modified television-projectors, with Angelblood
2006.5.19, 13 & Lovin’ It, Fisher Gallery, Oberin College, Oberlin OH hree-Projection exhibition of Zapruder Series 1-3
2006.4.27, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH Live video performance of collaboration with Harry Gassel, Harry’s Shapes
2006.4.20, Nautical Almanac Benefit Show, Fairchild Chapel, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH ive Video Performance with Shopping Spree
CBS. Creative Circuits. The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca. Season 7, Episode 166, April 2021. URL
De Decker, Kris. Helium Powered Drones. No Tech Magazine, 23 October 2018.URL
Coward, Cameron. Airpup is a Balloon-Kite Hybrid That’s Perfect for Aerial Photography. Hackster.io 10 September 2018. URL
Shapiro, Nicholas. Alter-Engineered World. Tomás Saraceno: Our Interplanetary Bodies, catalog. Asia Culture Center, 26 December 2017.
The Crowd & The Cloud. PBS April 2017. URL
Stoll, Shannan Lenke. 6 Ways Citizens Across the US Are Using Science to Build a Better World. Yes! Magazine, 28 February 2017. URL
Seibel, Brendan. If Trump Dismantles the EPA, Use These Kits to Monitor the Environment. Motherboard, 12 January 2017. URL
Halperin, Jennie Rose. Collaboratively generating more knowledge: Public Lab’s approach to citizen science. Creative Commons Blog, 7 September 2016. URL
McGlotten and Webel, Poop Worlds: Material Culture and Copropower. The Scholar and Feminist Online, Issue 13.3-14.1 BCRW, 2016. URL
Preston, Benjamin. Public Lab Puts Eco Justice in the Hands of Citizen Scientists. Make: Magazine, February 2016. URL
Khan, Natasha. Are cheap sensors and concerned citizens leading to a shift in air monitoring? Public Source, 6 September 2015. URL Also republished 6 September 2015: Pittsburgh Post-gazette: URL Wilkes-Barre Times Leader: URL Beaver County Times: URL
Berdik, Chris. Ecohackers: These kids track pollution with balloons and kites. Hechinger Report, 22 July 2015. URL
Pitt, Fergus. Report:Sensors and Journalism. Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia University, 3 December 2014. URL
Pierre-Louis, Kendra. How Civic Science is Changing Environmentalism. Newsweek 26 October 2014. URL
Murray, Kelly J. Dirty Work. Smith Journal, Vol. 8. 2014.
Kelly, Ashley Rose. Homebrew Sensing Project: DIY Environmental Monitoring. PLOS CitizenSci Blog, 5th February 2014. URL
Discover Magazine: 100 Top Science Stories of 2013: #76 Science for the People, by the People, December 16, 2013.
Gallagher, Sean. The Kite Man cometh: Ars does DIY open source surveillance. Ars Technica, 18th December 2013. URL
Upton, Liz. What’s that blue thing doing in there? Raspberry Pi Blog, 29 October 2013. URL
Regalado, Cindy. A summer of DIY: Kite Making, Aerial Photography, and Spectrometry. University College London Extreme Citizen Science Blog, 23 October 2013. URL
Lukens, Jonathan. DIY Infrastructure and the Scope of Design Practice. Design Issues, Vol. 29 No. 3: 14–27, MIT Press, 2013. URL
Tomkins, Mike. Under the microscope: Raspberry Pi Camera Dissected, given infrared vision. Imaging Resource, 6 June 2013. URL
Inexpensive Infrared Photography with Mathew Lippincott. Hak5 1416. 1 June 2013. URL
Badger, Emily. DIY Mapping Goes Mainstream. The Atlantic City Lab, 1 May 2013. URL
Watch “A path to smarter sanitation: Mathew Lippincott at TedX Concordia U Portland”. TedX Blog, April 2013. URL
De Decker, Kris. Poop By the Bucket: A Sewer Catastrophe Companion. No Tech Magazine, 21 January 2013. URL
Lay of the Land Newsletter. the Center for Land Use Interpretation, Winter 2013 URL
Henson, Martha. NOtes from #SXSWi: Public Lab: Mapping, DIY Activism, & Civic Science. Martha Henson Blog 21 May 2012. URL
Cangeloso, Sal. Geek projects: Adventures in balloon mapping. Geek.com, 17 May 2012. URL
Barr, Jen. Adventures in Sanitation Art. Flush Toilet Blog, 6 April 2012. URL
Oeillet, Audrey. Google Earth devient participatif, cerfs-volants et ballons à l’hélium requis. Clubic, 18 April 2012. URL
Flaherty, Adam. Alt.SXSW: DIY Kite and Balloon Mapping. Make: Blog, 16 March 2012. URL
Flying High:Kite Mapping, a cheap way to capture images from above. Montana Standard Video - Mathew Lippincott and Olivia Everett, 20 November 2012.
Knox, Ron. Local Designer To Build Balloons to Help Document Gulf Oil Spill. Willamette Week, 25 June 2010. URL