Sam Hart is a scientist, media artist, and writer based in New York. His work employs investigative strategies to understand and utilize emergent systems. Particular interests include the epistemology of spacial and temporal scale, [local]equilibria, distributed knowledge production, and the linguistic power of model making in the mind-body problem. Sam studied chemical physics and structural biology at Wesleyan University under Dr. David Beveridge and is currently employed as a staff scientist at Sloan Kettering's Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program under Dr. Cameron Brennan, where he studies neurological cancers using bioinformatics techniques. Sam is co-founder and editor of VVVNT.com, a web publication which aims to foster discussion around transdisciplinary ideas, and ½ of the future media project A // V CLUB with sound artist Sam Silver. He has collaborated with YoHa on Evil Media Distribution Centre an exhibition which premiered at Transmediale 2012 and subsequently shown at The Netherlands Architecture Institute. Sam is a founding member of the New York chapter of online underground electronic music show the Boiler Room. He has also worked for MoMA PS1 in the production of Warmup, their experimental concert series, and as Technical Director of the Brooklyn media arts gallery 319 Scholes. His writing can be found at VVVNT.com, Rhizome.org and in Dazed and Confused Magazine. Sam is also an avid sailor having grown up teaching and racing small boats.