Associate Professor (On leave fall 23)
Is a theorist and practitioner of new media, who has published widely and created interactive installations and projects at museums and galleries around the world.

Humanities 301B

John Kim, associate professor, has taught at the University of San Francisco, Stanford University, and Williams College. A theorist and practitioner of new media, he has published widely, including a book (Rupture of the Virtual in 2016), journal articles, and other print publications. John has also exhibited interactive art, sculpture, video games, and software in galleries and festivals around the world, including MassMOCA, DiaCenter for the Arts, and Northern Spark. With his art design group, Futures North, John was recently commissioned to build a public art piece for a new baseball stadium in downtown St. Paul, MN. Before teaching, John worked as a programmer and designer at a handful of Internet startups. For information about his recent work:

On leave fall 2023.