Ekene Ijeoma is an artist, Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT and Director of Poetic Justice at MIT Media Lab.
Exhibitions/Performances • Glow at Exploratorium • Heartfelt at The Reach at The Kennedy Center • CAM Anywhere at Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis • Beyond CAMH at Contemporary Art Museum of Houston • Interviews/Features Document Journal • Modern Art Notes • Boston Globe • FRAME • Code as Creative Medium (Book) • Newsletters April ‘21
Peacemaker is an interactive light installation that invites participants to physically connect with one another by holding each other's hands and the poles to let the energy flow between them and activate the lights.
Commissioned by Exploratorium for Glow at Exploratorium
Breathing Pavilion a light installation that invites the public to breathe in sync with its pulsing lights. Website
Commissioned by Van Alen Institute and Downtown Brooklyn Partnership and presented with support of Two Trees Management Co.
A Counting is a series of multimedia linguistic portraits of the U.S. created by crowdsourcing recordings of people counting to 100 in any spoken or sign language and remixing them into counts to 100 with a different person and language for every number. Website
Produced with Poetic Justice • Currently on view in Bemis Center for Contemporary Art • CAM Anywhere at Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis • Beyond CAMH at Contemporary Art Museum of Houston • Previously in Who We Are at the Museum of the City of New York