Nelson Ramon

Interactive and Technological Intervention
January 16, 2014

In collaboration with Jessica Angel, Nelson Ramon will build three-dimensional elements and incorporate technological components in order to increase the immersive experience of the installation As Above, So Below. Sensors will trigger audio and visual narratives that will shift the audience’s perception as well as invite them to modify, alter and interact with the space.


About the Artist
Nelson Ramon graduated from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP ’12) at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, creating projects involving object fabrication, computer vision and generative visualizations among others. His work intersects bioart, sustainability and biotechnology.


Nelson has been professor for the Arts department of Los Andes University, Javeriana University, and the Design department of Universidad Nacional de Colombia, teaching digital and electronic arts for graduate and undergraduate programs. He showcased his work in the Maker’s Fair in NYC on 2011 and 2012, where he won the Editors Choice Blue Ribbon for In the wind. Nelson currently works at Big Spaceship, a digital experience agency, and as a tech mentor for children and teenagers with HTink, the Makery and Mouse Corps NYC.