Freeka Tet is a French-born, NYC-based digital artist and creative working in the realm of experimental art. His work is a mishmash of styles and mediums; combining objects, prosthetics, animatronics, hacking, coding, electronics, audio and video plunderphonics, bricolage, and performance-based work. He takes inspiration from internet culture, memes, trolls, and irrational social human behavior as he reinterprets the elements he comes into contact with, blurring creative expression with technical execution. Tet’s work has been exhibited at museums and events such as Day for Night, La Gaité Lyrique, Benaki Museum, Foundation Cartier, Google IO2018, Miami Art Basel, and more, and he lectures and workshops on new media and interactivity for institutions such as the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Rennes and Samsung Creative. Tet has also collaborated with creative minds such as Kyle McDonald, Charlie Lemindu, and Satoru Higa, and has conceived stage design and consulted for musicians such as Chromeo, Jackson and His Computer Band, and Gesaffelstein. His portfolio of clients includes Nike, W Hotel, and Levi’s, among others.