Jen Lewin Studio
Jen Lewin Studio

Jen Lewin Studio

Designers from University Ave. Boulder, Colorado, United States
Jen Lewin is an internationally renowned interactive sculptor whose studio is located in Boulder, Colorado. Her technically complex works have been featured at the Gwangju Art Biennale, Tisch School of the Arts, Lincoln Center, Burning Man, Wired Magazine’s NextFest, and SXSW. In 2010, Lewin collaborated with Claus Oldenburg to internally illuminate The Paint Torch, one of Oldenburg’s large-scale public sculptures in Lenfast Plaza, Philadelphia. Her design and multimedia work has been published in publications such as National Geographic, Siggraph, Computer Assisted Architectural Design Futures, Bon Appétit, Wired, The New York Times, and Automation in Construction. Lewin served as Creative Director for the Ceren Project and Ivee Project at The Sundance Laboratory for Advanced Computing in Design, as well as a lead designer for ITN (Saber) in Palo Alto. Lewin attended New York University and earned her BA in Computer-Aided Architectural Design and her MPS in the Graduate Program in Interactive Telecommunications.

About Jen lewin
Lewin has spent the last fifteen years honing her highly technical medium through the fabrication of large-scale interactive sculptures that she has exhibited in public spaces throughout the country. From responsive sound and light forms that incorporate dance, to woven fiber video curtains that reflect movement, to giant robotic moths that flutter in response to human touch, Lewin’s use of technology as a medium challenges popular conceptions of new media works and their limitations. At once organic and electronic, Jen Lewin’s playful sculptures leave viewers enchanted and surprised while encouragingdelight through the viewer’s engagement with the work.

Jen Lewin is an internationally renowned interactive sculptor whose studio is located in Boulder, Colorado. Her technically complex works have been featured at the Gwangju Art Biennale, Tisch School of the Arts, Lincoln Center, Burning Man, WIRED Magazine’s NextFest, and SXSW. In 2010, Lewin collaborated with Claes Oldenburg to internally illuminate The Paint Torch , one of Oldenburg’s large-scale public sculptures in Lenfest Plaza, Philadelphia. Her design and multimedia work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic , Siggraph , Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures , Bon Appétit , WIRED , The New York Times , and Automation in Construction . Lewin served as Creative Director for the Ceren Project and Ivee Project at The Sundance Laboratory for Computing in Design and Planning, as well as a lead designer for ITN (Saber) in Palo Alto. Lewin attended New York University and earned her BA in Computer-Aided Architectural Design and her MPS in the Graduate Program in Interactive Telecommunications.

All of Lewin’s work is done in-house, at her studio in Boulder, Colorado.
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University Ave. Boulder, Colorado, United States