Sterling Crispin (b. 1985, Maui, Hawaii) lives and works in California. Crispin characterizes himself as an artist & technologist; eschatologist would be just as apt. His work considers humanity's collective, unclear conclusion—specifically in the context of the exponentially accelerating advance of technology. Crispin's central concern is the immense impact of this phenomenon on aspects of human experience: psychological, physical, & social.
Crispin received his Master of Fine Arts & Master of Science in Multimedia Engineering from the University of California Santa Barbara. His work has been exhibited in museums & galleries worldwide & has been published in Frieze, Wired, BOMB, Rhizome, Creators Project, Fast Company, Der Spiegel, Der Blaue Reiter, Y-Combinator's Hacker News, & the Post Internet Survival Guide. Lectures include Stanford, NYU ITP, LACMA Art + Technology Lab, SFAQ, YouTube LA, & UCLA Art Sci Center.