Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Scott Snibbe (born 1969 in New York City) is an interactive media artist, entrepreneur, and meditation instructor who is currently the host of A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment meditation podcast. He has collaborated with other artists and musicians, including Björk on her interactive “app album” Björk: Biophilia that was acquired by New York's MoMA as the first downloadable app in the museum's collection. Between 2000 and 2013 he founded several companies, including Eyegroove, which was acquired by Facebook in 2016. Early in his career, Snibbe was one of the developers of After Effects (acquired by Adobe).
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Introduction
American artist, creates interactive media installations, lives San Francisco.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Role
Artist
Name
Scott Snibbe
Ulan
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Works

1 work online

Exhibitions

Publication

  • Never Alone: Video Games as Interactive Design Exhibition catalogue, Flexibound, 140 pages
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