Matt Nish-Lapidus

Matt Nish-Lapidusʼ varied practice probes the myth that computers should be useful rather than beautiful through examining contemporary technoculture and its histories, politics, and impacts. His work results in diverse outputs including publications, recordings, installations,

performances, software, and objects. Matt has performed and exhibited with ACUD Macht Neu, Electric Eclectics, MOCA Toronto, InterAccess, ZKM, and more, including many DIY community spaces. You can find Matt online and away-from-keyboard under various aliases. and collaborations including emenel, New Tendencies, and <blink>.