Artist Zach Lieberman focuses on computer graphics, human-computer interaction, and computer vision. Lieberman’s work has appeared in numerous exhibitions around the world, including Ars Electronica, Futuresonic, CeBIT, and the Offf Festival. He has collaborated with Golan Levin on interactive audiovisual projects like “Messa Di Voce”, and worked with Theo Watson to create openFrameworks, an open source C++ library for creative coding and graphics. Lieberman graduated in Fine Arts from Hunter College and in Design & Technology from Parsons, where he now teaches graphics programming. His award-winning EyeWriter project, which allows disabled people to write through the movement of their eyes, was listed by Time as one the 50 best inventions in 2010.