Jules Litman-Cleper (they/she) is a New Media Artist and Educator born and raised in the Bay Area (the unceeded land of the Ohlone). Their work seeks to understand our sensory and cognitive inter-dependency on technological and ecological systems. They enjoy working with Spatial Simulation, Natural Computation and Generative Algorithms. They have exhibited work at Krowswork, Aggregate Space, New York Studio School, with performances at The Lab, ATA, SFEMF, CCRMA and Gray Area Center for the Arts. Along with teaching they are currently working on 4D Composting, alternative taxonomical representation, "Rewilding Learning" and a Masters in Evolutionary Neurobiology at UC Davis.
- Creative coding
- 3D modeling and animation
- Digital fabrication
- Experimental art and design
- Interdisciplinary science and art
- UC Davis, MS candidate, Evolutionary Neurobiology Lab, Psychology, 2023
- MIT, MS in Design and Computation, 2016
- UC Davis, BA in Arts, Minor in Creative Writing, 2011
- Adjunct Professor in Arts and Sciences, Interaction Design, CSU East Bay, 2020
- Nokia Bell Labs, Artist in Residence, 2019
- Lead Teacher, Augmented Reality and Dance, Design and Computation, MIT, 2016
- Jules Litman-Cleper; Earth-Centered Communication Technology: Lichen as a Model Interface. Leonardo 2021; 54 (5): 483–486.
- Litman-Cleper, Julia; Situated mappings: augmented-reality clay and adaptive interfacing.