is from the desert.
LUNA is a contemplative vision of the moon and its phases, a moon calendar, a daily clock that enhances awareness. A collaboration with Patricio Gonzalez Vivo.
Jen is a gonzo futurist based in Brooklyn, NY and Buenos Aires, Argentina. She writes an occasional Sunday Letter, which you can subscribe to here:
Jen taught at NYU ITP and SVA's Design for Social Innovation program. She was a researcher at the Spatial Information Design Lab at Columbia University. She cofounded the School for Poetic Computation; she wrote the essay Clearing Space about SFPC. She's spoken at SXSW and Eyeo, and contributed ideas at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Her work has been published in Scientific American and covered by The New York Times and Fast Company.
Jen is a member of deeplab, a collaborative group of women researchers, artists, writers, engineers, and cultural producers. She gave this talk as part of the deeplab lecture series:
In a previous life, Jen was an independent data scientist and data communicator at Datatelling where she brought together people + numbers + words. For over two years, she shared her heartbeat online as One Human Heartbeat.
Jen has a B.S. in Applied Math and a Master's in Information Science. Often oppositional, she's always on the side of love.