Sam Kronick

Artist, designer and technologist

Sam Kronick is an artist, designer, and technologist who currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. He studied art and architecture within an engineering culture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and this eclectic set of influences continues to guide his work today. He is interested in using art and design to better understand the cultural and spatial role of everyday technologies. Kronick recently completed an MFA in visual arts from UC San Diego. Recent works incorporate video, sculpture, software, and writing to create installations, products, and media experiences for a variety of audiences from the gallery to public spaces.
Most of Kronick’s work is self-produced and he has a wide range of fabrication skills working with wood, metals, and plastic in addition to electronic hardware and software development. In addition to producing his own art, Kronick runs the Consortium for Slower Internet’s research lab, creating prototypes for clients on a contract