UK · Robotics, new media, software, visual arts
Neil Mendoza is a British new media artist known for his kinetic and installation artworks. He combines sculpture, electronics and software to bring inanimate objects and spaces to life, exploring themes of the absurd, the humorous, the futile and the surreal.
His artwork has been exhibited by The Ars Electronica Center, Arena 1 Gallery, The Museum of London, The Science Museum, The Barbican and the BBC. He has talked at conferences around the world, taught classes on art and technology at UCLA and Stanford, and he has also co-founded the art collective “Is This Good?”.
He has created digital artworks and installations for a wide range of clients including Accenture, Adidas, Adobe, Arcade Studios, Audi, Ford, IBM, Nokia, Swatch, Universal Everything, and Wired Magazine, among others.