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Owen Mundy
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Owen Mundy

Owen Mundy (b. 1975, Indiana, USA) is an artist, designer and programmer who investigates public space and its relationship to data. His works highlight inconspicuous trends and offer tools to make hackers out of everyday users. He works both within and outside popular conceptions of artistic practice to create culturally relevant objects, actions and software that inform, empower and question power structures and information flows. He has completed multiple networked art works which constitute various overlaps between creative practice, technological research and cultural production.

He has an MFA in Visual Art from the University of California, San Diego and is an Associate Professor in Digital Media Art at Florida State University. His work has been covered in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Time Magazine, NPR’s All Things Considered and Wired Magazine and exhibited in multiple museums and galleries in New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, and Mexico City. He received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, an Individual Artist Program Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission and a DAAD Arts Study Scholarship.