BA Information Arts, 2003, Bennington College, VT; MPS Interactive Telecommunications, 2007, New York University; current PhD candidate, Electronic Arts, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY. Exhibitions: World Economic Forum; Shenzhen Urbanism and Architecture Bienniale; Poland Mediations Bienniale; Ars Electronica; Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona; Science Gallery Dublin; PS1 MOMA; the New Museum; Eyebeam Art and Technology Center; the New York Public Library. Lecturer: MoMA, New York; SXSW, Austin TX; Woodrow Wilson Public Policy Center, Washington DC; Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board. Bibliography: New York Times; BBC; Wall Street Journal; Newsweek; CNN; NPR; The New Yorker; The Guardian; Huffington Post; TED; Smithsonian; Wired; Vice; Rhizome; Neural; the Verge. Awards: Creative Capital, Emerging Fiel ds, 2016; Special mention VIDA 15.0; Jerome Foundation grant, Clocktower Gallery, NY; Residency, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, NY.
Since 2001, I've been working at the intersection of art and science, with an emphasis on conceptions of the natural and the artificial. Drawing from diverse fields including biology, computation, sculpture, and critical design, I engage in art as practice based research; a means of exploration to probe the deep and often hidden structures of media/technology/science that dominate the contemporary moment and frame our cultural imagination.
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