Jonah Brucker-Cohen received a MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University, NYC and worked there for two years as a Research Fellow creating interactive art projects and installations. He currently works as a Research Fellow at the MIT Media Lab Europe in Dublin, Ireland. He is also a freelance writer for WIRED Magazine, I.D. Magazine, Print Magazine, Time Out New York, an Internet columnist at Magnet Magazine, and was chosen as a nominating judge for the 2000–2001 Webby Awards.
His work includes Site-Traffic an Internet-controlled remote sequencer project that allows people online to compose songs and send them to a physical device where people in a space can play back the songs and communicate to online users as well as a domain name-generating Slot Machine called “IPO Madness”.
He won the 2001 International Browserday with his project, “Crank the Web”. His work has been shown both in the US and internationally at events such as Siggraph 2000, VRMLArt 99, F.I.L.E. festival in Brazil, Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts in Tokyo, European Media Arts Festival in Germany, 8th Annual New York Digital Salon in NYC and Spain, Soundtoys.net, and other festivals.