Bernardo is a New York City based Creative Technologist. Originally from Brazil, he’s known to have worked on robots, installations, immersive environments, heartbeat pillows and data visualization pieces. As a researcher and educator he has published papers in various conferences and exhibited work in Brazil and in the U.S. He also makes pitch black coffee and amazing pancakes. He currently is part-time faculty at the MFA Design & Technology program at Parsons' The New School for Design.
IVY ZHEYU CHEN
Ivy Zheyu Chen is a Visual Communicator based in New York. She loves colors, risograph prints, and compositions of squares, circles, triangles.
Jason Levine is a musician, performer, and computational poet. On a mission to bridge different artistic disciplines, he sees computation as a universal language for translating and communicating between different mediums. Inspired by improvisation, Jason focuses on the interactive and generative qualities of coding to create real-time software systems for live performance. He recently attended the first ever semester of the School for Poetic Computation, and is currently freelancing in NYC.
Jonathan Dahan is a brooklyn based hacker who likes to work in the spaces where digital bytes and physical bits meet. He is known to occasionally perform powerpoint karoake.
Gene Kogan is a programmer and artist who writes free software for new and emerging technologies. He creates tools for live music, dance, theatre, and performance art. His own artistic output is characterized by inquiries into generative systems and the grey areas of machine intelligence. He contributes to numerous open-source software projects, and frequently gives workshops and demonstrations on topics related to code and art.
Gabriel Gianordoli is an information designer from Brazil. He has been working in design for the past 6 years, both in print and digitally, using code to visualize data. His work has been internationally acknowledged by the Society of News Design and the Society of Publication Designers. He is currently enrolled in the MFA Design & Technology program, at Parsons The New School for Design.
QiuYi Wu is a motion artist and interactive designer. She’s passionate about using technology to create connections between visual, music, dance and live performance.
PENG CHENG FOUNDER/ORGANIZER
Peng Cheng is a Chinese artist who works with a variety of media, including games, toys, electronics, digital media, and installations. To pursue his interest in interdisciplinary art and cross-cultural experiences, Peng completed his Graduate Degree in the Design and Technology Department at Parsons School for Design. He attended the first ever semester of the School for Poetic Computation.
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