Visiting Assistant Professor
Eric Moed’s practice exists at the intersection of public art, design and architecture – examining the relationship between memory, narrative and society. His public art and design installations have been featured in the New York Times, Vogue, Archinect, Architizer, The Huffington Post, Haaretz, NPR and BBC Radio. In 2019 he was a founding member of the MIT Media Lab’s Poetic Justice Group. He co-founded New York-based design studio ‘oopsa’ aka Office of Open Practice Studio/Agency in 2020. oopsa creates environments for learning, remembering and rethinking that are approachable, experimental and experiential using art, architecture and design to engage in public and private projects. He is currently a member of the New Museum’s cultural incubator NEWINC, and a ’22-’23 grantee of the Brooklyn Public Library’s community engagement initiative BKYLN Incubator.
B.Arch, Pratt Institute; M.Des, Harvard Graduate School of Design