Jason Krugman Studio
Jason Krugman Studio
Jason Krugman News
December 14, 2013
   Krugman Studio completes Bethesda permanent sculpture commission - pictures soon!
March 28, 2013
   Digital Garden featured in Green Building & Design Magazine Link
November 23, 2012
   Commissioned by Crossing Art Gallery for new Living Objects installation in Flushing, Queens
August 10, 2012
   Completion of New Responsive Architectural LED Artwork for Gensler Architects and MSPP in Boston
June 17, 2012
   Krugman Studio celebrates another successful year with Summit Public Arts in Summit NJ
Jason Krugman News
Jason Krugman is a light sculptor specializing in interactive architectural and public artworks. His work combines materials with electronics, referencing nature through accumulation and modularity. Krugman has taught classes in Physical Computing at Sarah Lawrence College, The New School and the Rhode Island School of Design and holds degrees from Tufts University and the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He was a fellow at Fabrica in Treviso, Italy and has shown work at various galleries and museums in the United States and Europe. Contact jasonkrugman@gmail.com or 617-571-9442
Selected Press:
March 2013 Green Building & Design Blurring Lines & Lights
October 24, 2011 Architects Newspaper Feature Spotlight: Claremont University
October 24, 2011 Los Angeles Times Architecture Review: Administrative Campus Center at Claremont
October 2011 Details Magazine BMWi Technology Innovators
July 20, 2011 Creators Project User Preferences: Tech Q&A With Jason Krugman
May 16, 2011 Creators Project Sculpting Fluid and Reaction LED Surfaces
May 13, 2010 Creative Applications Network Organic Electric [Inspiration]
May 11, 2010 New York Times A Smashing Idea: Eco-Friendly Aggression
May 2010 New York Times Video Recycling With A Vengeance
April 2010 MAKE Magazine Bright Lights, Big Installation
Selected Exhibitions:
MoMA, New York, NY - Design and ViolenceFlorida State University Museum, Tallahassee, FL
Cornell University, Ithaca NYMass Art, Boston MA
DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn NYThe New Museum, New York, NY
PLUS Design Gallery, Milan Italy Showroom Bennetton, Milan Italy
American Academy, New York, NYNew York Hall of Science, Queens, NY
Selected Commissions:
Wired MagazineDekalb Market
BMWiSchuylkill Evironmental Education Center
Donohoe Development CorporationSummit New Jersey Public Arts
Claremont University ConsortiumCW Television Network
AC Entertainment New York City Parks Department
Jason Krugman Avisors

Eric Rosenthal


Mr. Rosenthal is President of Creative Technology, LLC (CTech), a company specializing in new and advanced imaging technology consulting and development. Mr. Rosenthal was VP of Advanced Technology Research at Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development, Inc. In 1999, Mr. Rosenthal successfully completed the construction of Disney/ABC's Times Square Studios at 1500 Broadway. His innovative design of the glass and camera systems is in daily use on ABC's Good Morning America and other Disney/ABC Television programs. He received an Emmy award for his work as technical project manager for the audio-video systems engineering of ABC's coverage of the 1980 Winter Olympics. He is currently Scientist in Residence at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts' Interactive Telecommunications Program. Mr. Rosenthal has been awarded 5 patents and has 2 patents pending.


Dana Karwas

  Dana Karwas is a designer and artist whose work is rooted in architecture and extends to the edges of social systems and cultural dimensions. She has taught classes on interactive media at NYU's ITP program, NYU/Poly, Columbia School of Architecture, Harvestworks, and LEMURPLEX in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown at the Chelsea Art Museum, The Boston Museum of Science, The London Festival of Architecture, The DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, The University Club NYC, Knoll International Paris, The Museum of Television and Radio NYC and The International Contemporary Furniture Fair NYC. Dana holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas School of Architecture Design and Planning. She also received a Masters from ITP, the digital media school at Tisch/NYU. She is currently working on a research project about Humans and the Internet with Gabriel Winer.


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