Zach Lieberman is an artist, researcher, and educator with a simple goal to surprise by using technology in a playful way, breaking down the boundary between the visible and the invisible.
Lieberman creates artwork with code, focuses on building experimental drawing and animation tools, and makes interactive environments that invite participants to become performers. His main focus is how computation can be used as medium for poetry.
In 2013 Lieberman helped create the School for Poetic Computation, after teaching at Parsons School of Design for a decade. He became known by co-creating openFrameworks, an open-source toolkit for creative coding, and he keeps on delighting with a rare playfulness. Such as with Daily Sketches, a personal project started in 2016 that seeks to spread happiness through unique abstract animations, released on a daily basis.