Eric Forman is a Brooklyn-based artist working with interactive installations and responsive sculptures. With his work, he aims to develop creative projects that blur and push the boundaries between art, design, performance, architecture, technology, and science. Forman received his BA in 1995 from Vassar College and his MFA in 2002 from the Tisch School of Arts. He is the co-founder of BioArt New York, a collective pairing artists and biologists for unusual collaborations, and currently a faculty member in the Interactive Design MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
Client:Eric Forman, Auto-surveillance Encounter, 2004 and 2015. Miniature surveillance camera, video projector. Timed performance. Variable dimensions. Image courtesy of the artist. © Eric Forman.View Project