Jonah Brucker-Cohen is an award winning artist and researcher who's work and thesis focuses on the theme of “Deconstructing Networks” which includes over 100 projects that critically challenge and subvert accepted perceptions of network interaction and experience.
Creatively diagnose and implement novel forms of interaction design and experience.
Has taught interaction design and creative practice since 2003 through critique and hands-on learning experiences.
His writing has been published widely in academic conferences, journals, books, blogs, newspapers, magazines, media outlets, and more since 1995.
Worked on online collaborative educational tools
Managing and Creative Lead on Public Engagement Products
Co-Led 5 month long workshop with Bronx teens about climate change, hacking electronics, and urban wildlife conservation @ Central Park Zoo.
Working on innovative learning technology frameworks for education curriculums.
Created several open source projects that challenged networked relationships in public and online spaces including the "Wifi-Liberator", "Mr. T1", "Please Spam Us", and more.
Worked in a research group focused on "the future of human relationships as mediated by technology." Created 25 original projects that critically examined and subverted networks and networking technologies including "PoliceState", "Alerting Infrastructure!","Wifi-Hog", "BumpList", "SimpleTEXT", and more.
Created projects that challenged our relationship to online interaction and experience including "Crank The Web", "Live window", "IPO Madness", "Site-Traffic.net", and more.
Organized and founded this organization based in Dublin, Ireland that is currently operating in its 10th year and has held over 50 events, 15 workshops, and 1 conference with international artists from around the world. Supported by the Irish Arts Council and the Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin.
Commissioned Digital Artwork
Co-Commission with Katherine Moriwaki
Commissioned artwork with Katherine Moriwaki
NYC, NY, USA.
NYC, NY, USA.
Cooper Union Great Hall, NYC, NY, USA.
Jonah Brucker-Cohen — jonah (at) coin-operated.com —