Photo by Kathleen Ma

Jonathan Zong is a visual artist and computer scientist. He currently studies at Princeton University, and will begin work toward a PhD at MIT in Fall 2018. He is also one half of the graphic design practice Orange & Spoon. His interests lie in the frictionful boundary points where bodies encounter mechanization.

Resume
CV

Education
  • 2018– — Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 2014–2018 — Princeton University
  • 2017 — University of Oxford

Work
  • 2018– — MIT CSAIL
  • 2018 — Google Research
  • 2017 — Google Design
  • 2016 — Linked by Air
  • 2015 — Square
  • 2014 — Coursera

Fellowships & Awards
  • 2018 — Lucas Award in Visual Arts — Princeton University
  • 2018 — NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention
  • 2017 — Santos-Dumont Prize for Innovation — Princeton University
  • 2017 — Tau Beta Pi Scholarship
  • 2014 — KPCB Engineering Fellowship
  • 2014 — MIT THINK Scholars
  • 2012 — Eagle Scout

Research

Presentations
  • 2018 — Public Accountability in Research Ethics — CivilServant Research Summit, MIT Media Lab

Exhibitions
  • 2018 — w-t-f — Princeton University
  • 2018 — Internet Yami-Ichi — Rhizome, New Art Dealers Alliance
  • 2017 — *a graphic design exhibition* — Princeton University
  • 2017 — Faire Signe — Biennale de design graphique in Chaumont, France
  • 2017 — The VIS Junior Show — Princeton University
  • 2016 — Graphic Arts Collection — Princeton University Library

Press