Sam Galison is a transdisciplinary artist, designer, and technologist. He is currently the Design Lead at the Center for Data Arts at the New School, where he oversees the visual, technical, and experiential aesthetics of CDA's outward-facing projects. His studio work ranges from ink and pencil to optical glass to music and experimental, interactive electronics. He has worked as a graphic, web, and physical-media designer at various creative agencies and educational institutions, and has taught interaction design, graphic design, and media-based fine art courses at NYU, Brown, RISD, and Parsons. He holds a BA in “Affective Engineering” from NYU and an MFA in Digital + Media from the Rhode Island School of Design.
M.F.A, Digital + Media, Rhode Island School of Design
B.A., "Affective Engineering" (Aesthetic Philosophy, Fine Art, Design, and Engineering) -- New York University, Gallatin School
Certificate, Graphic Design, Central St. Martin's