Amor uses drawing, embroidery and electronic components in large-scale interactive pieces that juxtapose traditional handicrafts with technical diagrams and materials. Her work articulates an interest and exploration in art, design, illustration and electronic media, and is characterized by an interest in the interplay between the material forms and social discourse.
Amit is a coder, designer and educator whose work has been exhibited at the London Design Museum, Lincoln Center, and other major international institutions. He's a MacArthur grant winner for assistive technology work and published by MIT Press. As a former teacher at NYU ITP, SVA, and Cooper Union, Amit co-founded Kitchen Table Coders and The School for Poetic Computation.