John Capogna creates semi-anonymous, semi-biographical art from the open road. He works with code to find empathetic expressions in human-machine interaction to explore topics of surveillance, digital nomadism, and urban isolation. Lately he’s been researching video games as a storytelling medium to explore the unique relationship between game creator and game player. His work has been shown at the NY MoMA and the Museum of Innovation, and featured in publications such as WIRED, Core77, Fast Company and Make Magazine. He was a resident at IBM’s Center for Innovation in Visual Analytics.