Sage Jenson (b. 1993) is a multimedia artist interested in constructed realities. He is a student at Oberlin College and Conservatory where he is majoring in mathematics, computer science, and TIMARA (technology in music and related arts), graduating in 2017. He has worked extensively with interactive media and dance, video art, and electroacoustic composition. His academic interests include computational geometry and algorithmic game theory. He authored “Organic Mesh Creation through Particle-Based Simulation,” a paper to be published in the proceedings of the Bridges Conference ’16. After Oberlin he will seek to combine his passion for software engineering with environmental activism.
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