Adam Trowbridge is an artist focused on research that fractures the intersection of sensation, cognition and communication. He received a 2011 Turbulence Commission for his work with Channel TWo. He co-edited, with Jessica Westbrook, “Dynamic Coupling,” Fall 2010, Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus, addressing issues of collaboration in research, practice, and academia. His work has been featured nationally and internationally including Pace Digital Gallery and Anthology Film Archives, NYC; Pleasure Dome, Toronto; Workspaces Ltd., Galeria Homero Massena, Brazil, San Francisco, CA; as well as multiple video/new media festival screenings.Trowbridge is working with Philadelphia’s Basekamp on the Plausible Artworlds project, a collaborative initiative that aims to provide a platform for examining and accompanying the emergence of plural artistic environments. He is Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and will become Assistant Professor (August 2012) in the Department of Contemporary Practices.