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Jonah Brucker-Cohen
Current location
New York, NY
Year(s) of residency and/or fellowship
2013, Collaborator; 200607, Research Resident

Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Ph.D., is an award winning artist, researcher, and writer. He received his Ph.D. in the Disruptive Design Team of the Networking and Telecommunications Research Group (NTRG), Trinity College Dublin. He is an Associate Professor of Digital Media and Networked Culture in the department of Journalism and Media Studies at Lehman College (City University of New York – CUNY). He is a visiting artist at Cornell Tech, NYC. He was a Designer in Residence at the New York Hall of Science in 2020. He is a dedicated mentor and office hours mentor at NEW INC , a division of the New Museum in NYC. He is also Executive Vice President at Lively Event, Inc. He has previously taught as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Parsons MFA in Design & Technology and Parsons School of Art, Design, History, and Theory (ADHT) from 2010 to 2014, Media, Culture, Communication dept of NYU Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development (2009, 2010, 2011), NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) (2007, 2008), and Trinity College’s MsC in Interactive Digital Media (2003, 2004). From 2001-2004 he was a Research Fellow in the Human Connectedness Group at Media Lab Europe and from 2006-2007 he was an R&D OpenLab Fellow at Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology in New York City. He received his Masters from ITP in 1999 and was an Interval Research Fellow from 1999-2001. He also served as the Art Gallery chair for the SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Gallery in Anaheim, California.

He is co-founder of the Dublin Art and Technology Association (DATA Group), recipient of the ARANEUM Prize sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Art, Science and Technology and Fundacion ARCO, and was a 2006 and 2008 Rockefeller Foundation New Media Fellow Nominee. His writing has appeared in numerous international publications including WIRED MagazineMake MagazineNeuralRhizome.orgArt Asia PacificGizmodo and more.

His work has been exhibited at events and organizations such as Whitney Museum of American Art (2018), DEAF (03,04), London Science Museum (2008), Science Gallery London (2018), Future Sonic / Future Everything (2004, 2009), Art Futura (04), SIGGRAPH (00,05), UBICOMP (02,03,04), CHI (04,06) Transmediale (02,04,08, 14), NIME (07), ISEA (02,04,06,09,12), Institute of Contemporary Art in London (04), Tate Modern (03), Whitney Museum of American Art’s ArtPort (03, 12), Ars Electronica (02,04,08), Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (14), Chelsea Art Museum, ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art (04-5),Museum of Modern Art (MOMA – NYC)(2008),San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) (2008), and Palais Du Tokyo, Paris (2009).

His work has been reported about in The TimesThe New York TimesNew York PostWired NewsMakeBoing BoingEl PaisGizmodoEngadgetThe RegisterSlashdotNY PostThe Creators ProjectThe WireRhizomeCrunch GearBeyond the BeyondNeuralLiberationVillage VoiceIEEE SpectrumThe AgeTaschen Books, and more.

Collaborated with Eyebeam, in 2013 for The Digital Day Camp program.  He was an Instructor for the Scrapyard Challenge Summer Program and taught a course on Hacking Electronic Objects Into New Interfaces.

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