Robert M Ochshorn

Nomadic artist, programmer, and musician. Split background including passionate forays into media and journalism, electrical and computer engineering, and sonic/visual art.

Robert M. Ochshorn studied computer science at the Cornell University in Ithaca, NY/USA. After receiving his BA in 2009, he worked as a research assistant with Krysztof Wodiczko in the Interrogative Design Group at MIT and Harvard. His background includes media and journalism, electrical engineering, and activism. In 2012 he completed a fellowship at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, NL, where he developed the open-source InterLace software that was used in collaboration with Eyal Sivan to create the web-based documentary Montage Interdit.
"Designing the archive user interface", lecture video, 2012.