Jonathan Jennings Harris is an artist, technologist, and lifelong explorer — known for his multimedia projects that reflect on the human experience. Born in 1979, he studied visual art at Deerfield Academy, computer science at Princeton University, and interaction design at Fabrica. Through pioneering works like 10x10, We Feel Fine, The Whale Hunt, and Cowbird, his projects helped to establish the fields of data visualization and interactive storytelling in the early 2000s. More recently, he’s been using the old technology of ritual to make what he calls ‘Life Art’ — through experiential works like Today and In Fragments. His projects have been featured at TED, MoMA, Sundance, Ars Electronica, Pace Gallery, and in museums around the world. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Shelburne, Vermont — where he helps to steward Notitia Sanctuary and High Acres Farm.