Mark Ramos is a Brooklyn-based new media artist. Ramos is deeply committed to the ethos of open source: the free sharing of information and data, and creative uses of technology. His work is engaged with democratizing the worlds of art and technology through community and individual empowerment via the means of technological production. Ramos makes fragile post-colonial technology using the mediums of physical computing (using computers to sense and react to the physical world), web/software programming, and digital sculpture. He creates interactive work that facilitate encounters with our own uncertain digital futures.
Mark has exhibited his work locally both in New York City and San Francisco, including the inaugural exhibition of Arsenal Gallery in Brooklyn and as part of multiple exhibitions at Artist Television Access, as well as internationally in Europe and Asia.
He is an adjunct faculty member at the School of Visual Arts and Hunter College.
You can also find him playing drums for various bands in Brooklyn.