Mark Ramos is a Brooklyn-based new media artist. His work is often concerned with using digital technology as an intermediary to explore the intangible. Mark is constantly inspired by technology’s ability to make visible, audible, or thinkable that which is normally hidden. He works with the mediums of physical computing (using computers to sense and react to the physical world), software programming and digital sculpture to create interactive, installation pieces that facilitate encounters with our own uncertain digital futures. 

Mark has exhibited his work locally both in New York City and San Francisco, including the inaugural exhibition of Arsenal Gallery in Brooklyn and as part of multiple exhibitions at Artist Television Access and internationally in Europe and Asia.  

He is a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts and Hudson College.

You can also find him playing drums for various bands in Brooklyn. 

Please see the Exhibitions link for a complete listing of his past, present and future shows.