Ekene Ijeoma Lecture

Ijeoma-667

Thursday 22 January 2015
4:30pm
Pollak 321

Ekene Ijeoma
Brooklyn, New York
www.ekeneijeoma.com
data focused media / objects / installations / spaces

Ekene Ijeoma is a Brooklyn based Nigerian-American artist and designer who does data-driven and generative design, development, research and strategy for interactive media, object, installations and spaces.

He has studied at RIT (BS), Domus Academy (MFA); resided as an artist at Fabrica; practiced at Local Projects, Samsung Design Europe, Pentagram, Rockwell Group Lab, Google Creative Lab, Wolff Olins and more; instructed at Parsons, and critiqued at Yale.

His projects include creative direction and dev for The Refugee Project; design and dev for Lexus Trace Your Road interactive/motion graphics; design and dev for Nike Camp Victory running map; dev for Chrome Web Lab traceroute map; design and dev for SCADMOA Table interactive graphics; design for Vignelli Center Looking Back, Designing Forward; design and dev for IBM Data Baby motion graphics and more.

Free and open to the public