Eric Forman is a New York based artist whose work focuses on responsive installations and robotic sculpture. Most of this is presented in the context of fine art, but some is functional design, including kinetic and occasionally subversive architectural interventions. Recent investigations include interactive timeshifting of projected video and sculptural hybrids of organic & synthetic forms. Eric is currently an Adjunct Professor in the graduate Digital+Media department at RISD, and has taught and been a Visiting Artist or Guest Critic at many other places including Columbia University Architecture, NYU, Parsons, MICA, and SIGGRAPH. He received his Masters in 2002 from ITP at Tisch School of the Arts (NYU), and his B.A. from Vassar College in 1995 where he developed his own interdisciplinary program called The Philosophical Ramifications of Computer Technology. Eric also runs a technology consultancy providing over 20 years of experience with new media, including programming, mobile devices, corporate IT, web design, digital video, and Physical Computing - microcontrollers, sensors, motors, and circuit design.