Mathew Kneebone is an artist based in Yelamu/San Francisco, on the unceded territories of the Ramaytush Ohlone people. His practice is founded on research into uncertainties surrounding technology, often combining different histories, myths, and folklore as a cultural response. His work touches on various media, including drawing, electronics, writing, sound, and performance, to reconfigure specific technologies through an ambivalent blend of past and present. He teaches design at Deakin University in Naarm/Melbourne and is a thesis writing advisor at California College of the Arts.

He has given talks and workshops at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco; V2_ Lab for Unstable Media, Rotterdam; Central Saint Martins, London; Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam; San Serriffe, Amsterdam; EKA Gallery, Tallinn; Sitterwerk, St. Gallen; UEL, London, among others.

Current/Recent Exhibitions