Bryan Cera is an artist, designer and maker from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who’s practice explores the intimate and often dysfunctional relationships between humans and their technologies, and investigates information and data’s reciprocal relationships to matter and ideas. His studio explorations traverse interactive video installation, wearable electronics, kinetics and robotics, and platforms for digital fabrication. He has shown work across the US, including exhibitions in California, Maine, Nevada, Philadelphia, Utah and Wisconsin, and has contributed to international exhibitions in Australia, Canada, China, Great Britain and Switzerland.  Bryan holds a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Arts, as well as Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts in Art and Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In 2016 he founded the Thing Tank - a digital fabrication laboratory dedicated to exploring the integration of emerging technologies into more traditional craft practices. He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Object Making and Emergent Technologies at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, Alberta.