Lauri Moyle

Lauri is an ethicist and policy influencer who writes occasional poetry. He has influenced policy in England (think red Victorian phone boxes) around remote gambling addiction and child online safety. Currently he lives in Chattanooga, TN where he has been able to connect people that come from different backgrounds. He is particularly interested in the relationship between future technologies and folks that would like to develop the skills to work in this field but do not often know where to start.

Concept for some pieces of art

First piece

A red telephone box, in a library
In the box a cell phone

Second piece

A telephone box made of cell phones, in a library
In the box a telegraph machine

Third piece

Two telephone boxes in a library, far apart
In each box a baby monitor

Fourth piece

A library full of books containing pictures of peoples’ faces

Fifth piece

A red telephone box, in a library
In the box a telegram
On the telegram a message:
“What hath God wrought?”
–Balaam

Sixth piece

A large telephone box, in a library
In the box a donkey

Featured image: Braunschweig University of Art Library