Raphael Arar creates art and designs experiences that examine the complexities of our increasingly technocentric lives. While his artwork raises questions about our relationship with modernity and technology, his design work revolves around answering those questions in human-centered ways. He’s currently Senior Design Manager at Khan Academy where he’s designing for the future of education. Previously, he tackled ethical platforms of AI at IBM Research, taught media theory at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and designed over a hundred iOS apps with Apple. His artwork has been shown at museums, conferences, festivals and galleries internationally including the ZKM Centre for Art & Media, Gamble House Museum, IEEE Vis Arts, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Boston Cyberarts Gallery, Athens Video Art Festival and other venues.