Genevieve Hoffman

Country: US
Summer School Faculty 2013

Genevieve Hoffman is an artist and designer working at the intersections of research, data, science, sustainability and design. Using digital software and traditional materials, she works at rendering complex systems in tangible forms.

She has exhibited at galleries and festivals throughout the US including: 3LD Art and Technology Center (NY), 319 Scholes (NY), Intersection for the Arts (CA), Urban Prototyping (CA), Athens Slingshot (GA), University of Buffalo (NY), and the New York Hall of Science (NY). Her work has appeared in various publications such as Good Magazine, The Atlantic, and Architizer and Gizmodo, and she has lectured at various universities, including the Rhode Island School of Design, University of Georgia, and SUNY Stonybrook.

She graduated from Brown University with a BA in Visuals Arts, and a concentration in New Media. She is the recipient of a Creative Arts Council grant from Brown University and a Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Fellowship. After receiving her Master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU, she began a research residency with the program last fall. Genevieve lives and works in New York City.