MPS, New York University, Interactive Telecommunications Program
Zannah Marsh is an artist, designer, and programmer with an interest in data visualization, data-driven narrative, collaborative storytelling, and transactional interfaces. She’s been a Resident Researcher and Adjunct Instructor at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, and an Adjunct Professor at CUNY's Borough of Manhattan Community College, and Visiting Faculty at Bennington College. She interned with the Creative Systems Group at Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA and at Area/Code Games in New York City. She also worked as an exhibit developer at the Museum of Science in Boston, collaboratively producing a number of permanent and internationally-traveling interactive exhibits.