Ryan Holsopple is a performer, programmer and designer who creates interactive hardware and software for performances with his own company, 31 Down, and other artists including Ellie Ga, Annie Dorsen, Lauren Bakst, Nial Jones, Nellie Tinder, Bill Morrison, Tom Fruin, Allard Van Hoorn, Jim Findlay, Radiohole, Palissimo Dance and Mallory Catlett.
Ryan's works with 31 Down have been featured at PS122, Bumbershoot, The Bushwick Starr, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Exit Art, Incubator Arts Project and Wavefarm as well as a public art piece set in the New York City Subway.
Ryan is a recipient of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's Building Demand for the Arts Exploration Grant as well as a Bessie Award for Outstanding Visual Design. Since 2015, Ryan has taught in Brooklyn College's Performance and Interactive Media Program (PIMA).
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