2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
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Ryan Dewey (Cleveland), is interested in helping people experience the world in new ways. He has lived on several islands, in several jungles, in one desert, on one mountain, and on both the east and west sides of Cleveland. Lately he works to answer this question: how do places evoke emotional responses? Dewey developed his work on place-based emotional hacking as a visiting researcher in cognitive science at CWRU from 2014-2015 and his work shows up in spatial design journals like KERB (Melbourne) and MONU (Rotterdam). His handbook on cognitive hacking with art will be published by Punctum Books (NYC) in 2016. Dewey also runs Improbable Oceans, a bizarre salt project exploring geographical design and the taste of place (go
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