Bonnie DeVarco is a transdisciplinary researcher, writer and curator of both virtual and physical environments. With an academic background in cultural anthropology, dance ethnology and archives management, she writes and lectures on Design Science, virtual worlds, next generation GIS, visualization technologies and the culture of cyberspace. Bonnie has served as an education technology consultant to non-profit, corporate and educational organizations for over 25 years where she has helped develop multi-institutional programs for distance and media enhanced learning. Bonnie has also served on the boards of a variety of international organizations and is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts. She was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar with the Media X Research Network at Stanford University 2009-2012 and was chief archivist for the Buckminster Fuller Collection, now at Stanford University. She continues her research and writing as a Fuller scholar. Her newest curated 3D Online Gallery exhibits using the "Exhibbit" platform include the "Way of Time Book Gallery", "The Women Inventors & Innovators Mural Gallery" and "Spirited Nature, Traces of Light", a virtual and physical art exhibit.
sustainability, buckminster fuller, anthropoiesis, global brain as a quantum organism, self organizing intelligence, mirror neurons, vintage futurism, quasiperiodicity, the sphere, fivefold symmetry, multiple intelligence, visual language, the geospatial semantic web, quantum consciousness