Past Member

Justin Blinder

Former Research Assistant
  • City Science

Justin Blinder is a Brooklyn-based artist, technologist, and researcher. His work examines how bottom-up, immersive, and poetic approaches to technology can help us to better understand socio-political institutions, built environments, and others’ lived experiences.

Selected personal projects of his have been featured in online publications such as The New York TimesThe Washington PostThe AtlanticBBCVICE, and  The Guardian, among others. His  work has been included in exhibitions at the MoMA, New York, NY; Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, NY; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany; the Collection Museum, Lincoln, England; Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI; Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, New York, NY; and BRIC, Brooklyn, NY. 

Justin is currently a Research Assistant in the City Science Group at the MIT Media Lab, and was previously a researcher at The New York Times R&D Lab, Eyebeam Honorary Fellow, and NEW INC member.  He holds a BFA in Design and Technology from Parsons.