Noah Pedrini is a digital artist interested in exploring the changing face of community and the self. His projects have been used in course materials for schools including the Maryland Institute of Art and UNC Chapel Hill.
AnthroPosts, a web installation featuring found notes and the recordings of crowd-sourced workers reading them, has been recognized by Communication Arts and other leaders in design and data visualization. His 2005 project DrugQuilt, a visualization of brand-name drugs registered with the FDA, subtly questions the consequences of over-medication on society by presenting the data in the form of a quilt.
When he manages to pull himself away from the computer screen he writes fiction, makes art out of found objects, and plays blues guitar. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.