Matt Romein is an artist and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. His artistic work inhabits the intersection of live performance, generative computer art, and multi-media installation. He has worked in NYC’s downtown performance community as a sound and video designer while also making his own technology-centric live performances. His design work includes plural (love) by Haruna Lee + Jen Goma, Knot in My Name by Ita Segev, King by Neal Medlyn, and [50/50] old school animation by Peter Mills Weiss + Julia Mounsey. His design and performance work has been shown at BAM, Mana Contemporary, Soho Rep, The Public Theater, 3LD Art + Technology Center, and more.
A self-taught coder, he has developed and designed large scale visual and interactive installations that have been shown at Sundance’s New Frontier Program in Park City, Utah, IDFA’s Doclab in Amsterdam, and SXSW in Austin, Texas, among others. He has had artist residencies and received grants from Pioneer Works, Google, CultureHub, Signal Culture, NYU, and more. He is a 2016 graduate of NYU's ITP.