I am a visual artist who works in the intersection of visual art and computer science. I love and make art in various forms: printmaking, programming, painting, marbling etc.
I believes in the future of computer-assisted art and hoping to find ways to merge traditional art with technology.
Graduated with double major in studio art and computer science, I am now a PhD student in the University of Michigan, School of Information and my advisor is Eytan Adar . While focusing on information visualization research, I am also conducting projects and research in design study, game, and generative art.
I am recipient of 2014 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship and have conducted and participated art projects/residencies worldwide.
Here is the link for my resume
If you have questions regarding my works, or want to collaborate with me on future project, you can reach me in the contact page .