Creative Coder & Educator


Interactive Telecommunications Program (MPS), NYU Tisch, class of 2020

Computer Science & Visual Arts (BA), NYU Abu Dhabi, class of 2016


Jiwon Shin is a creative coder & educator, with interests in researching and devising new ways of communication between people by combining both analog and digital methods of communication. She is also interested in the study and use of body as a method of communication. Jiwon's past work consists of interactive experiences, public sculptures as well as pieces in more traditional medium. Outside of producing artworks, she is also interested in conservation of software-based artworks and have interned at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Rhizome between the years 2014 and 2015.


Email Jiwon at jiwon.shin@nyu.edu




Press:


TechFocus III: Caring for Software-based Art, TechFocus

How the Guggenheim and NYU Are Conserving Computer-Based Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

The Race to Save Computer-Based Art | Conservation Lab , Creators Vice

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award 2016, The National

Christo and his special guests experience The Floating Piers installation in Italy, The National