Paul Guzzardo is a lawyer, media activist, and artist-designer
He is the innovator of the discipline. Guzzardo is currently a visiting fellow at the Geddes Institute for Urban-Research – University of Dundee, Scotland, and a member of a UNESCO Media Information Literacy Innovation Committee.
He was a former legal counsel for District 34 of the United Steelworkers of America. In the 1990’s he served a 3-year stint as an agent-manager of the eminent Hindustani musician Ustad Imrat Khan. Guzzardo was a co-author of Khan’s unpublished autobiography: TAASEER: THE WORLD OF INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC. TAASEER examined the Calcutta Renaissance, Imrat Khan’s musical heritage, and a recursive grammar traced to Sanskrit. Praxis Chronicle, Upcoming: April 2022: After Geddes: Follow the Raga Webinar and Projections.
The Webinar will be in conjunction with a planned multi-city projection- display of an archival Imrat Khan performance. In October 2021, the Ong 21- Cabool Webinar examined Recursive Urbanism and “Art as Radar”. “Art as Radar” was developed in the writings of Marshall McLuhan. Andrew McLuhan, Director at The McLuhan Institute, was a Webinar participant.