Ken Goldberg
Gil Gershoni


Gilad Gershoni, Sound Designer & Senior System Architect
Andrew Godbehere, Computer Vision System Engineer
Perrin Meyer, Audio Engineering, Meyer Sound Labs
Amy Gershoni, Founder and Director of Strategy, Gershoni
Dave Johnson, Senior Technologist
John Fox, App Developer
Kate Wendell, Project Manager, Gershoni
Carmi Katsir, Project Manager, Gershoni
Shauna Steinbach, Designer, Gershoni
Nicholas Owens, Production Artist, Gershoni
Vanessa Santiago, Programmer, Gershoni
Ashley Ferro-Murray, PhD Candidate, Dept of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies
Lilly Alexander, PhD Candidate, UC Santa Cruz


Creative Work Fund
Jim Joseph Foundation
Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc.

VIP Voices

Leah Garchik, SF Chronicle
David Harrington, Founder of Kronos Quartet
Michael Krasny, KQED
Susan Stamberg, NPR
Roselyne Chroman Swig
Laura Sydell, NPR

advisory board

Natasha Boas
Daniel Boyarin
Catharine Clark
Nathaniel Deutsch
Ari Kelman
Rabbi Noa Kushner
Amichai Lau-Lavie
Tiffany Shlain

special thanks to

The CJM staff:
Connie Wolf, Director & CEO
James Leventhal, Deputy Director for Development
Dan Schifrin, Director of Public Programs/Writer-in-Residence
Maren Jones, Director of Exhibitions & Registration
Leah Tarlen, Institutional Gifts Manager
Dara Solomon, Curator
Jodi Waynberg, Curatorial Associate
Mark Edwards, AV Coordinator & IT Assistant
Nina Sazevich, Publicist
Josh Pieper, Preparator
Fraidy Aber, Director of Education

LINK Fellows: Jessica Alpers, Harrison Krat, Minna Dubin, Marilyn Heiss, Josh Levine, Dan Lange, Erez Saldinger

UC Berkeley Colleagues: Shannon Jackson, Lisa Wymore, Andy Shanken

Gershoni | Creative Agency: Asha Jameson, Zahava Sherez, April Durrett, Megan Bayley, Daniel Durrett, David McKie, Vanessa Santiago, Violeta Latorre, G Gershoni

About the Artists

Ken Goldberg
is an artist and professor of Robotics at UC Berkeley, where he founded the Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium and co-founded the Berkeley Center for New Media. His artwork has been exhibited at the Whitney Biennial, Pompidou Center (Paris), Ars Electronica (Austria), and the ICC Biennale (Tokyo), among other leading arts venues. He is co-writer (with Tiffany Shlain) of The Tribe, an acclaimed documentary about American Jewish identity, and two other documentaries selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2011. Goldberg earned his Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University. He has published over 150 research papers and held visiting positions at San Francisco Art Institute, MIT Media Lab, and Pasadena Art Center. Goldberg was awarded the White House Presidential Faculty Fellowship in 1995, named IEEE Fellow in 2005, and appointed craigslist Distinguished Professor of New Media in 2009.


Gil Gershoni
is an artist and founder and creative director of Gershoni Creative, an award-winning agency based in San Francisco. For over 17 years, Gershoni has led integrated branding and emerging media projects for clients like AOL, The BBC, Nike, The Patrón Spirits Company. Gershoni’s work has been featured in publications such as Communication Arts, Print, and How, and appeared at venues such as the Whitney Biennial and Sundance Film Festival. A noted lecturer and member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, Gershoni is an advisor to national design schools and acted as Art Director for the film The Tribe.


About the Team

Gilad Gershoni, Sound Designer & Senior System Architect
Gilad is the Lead Sound Designer & Social Media Specialist at Gershoni Creative. Applying his sound and technology expertise, Gilad pushes the envelope online, creating dynamic user-mixed sound environments. He has developed groundbreaking interactive sound engines for clients, including The Patrón Spirits Company and Stanlee Gatti. 

As the longtime Lead Engineer and Production Manager for De La Soul, Gilad has engineered the Grammy Award-winning hip-hop group’s sound for international music events and tours, including the MTV Video Music Awards, Coachella, Bannaroo, and most recently, the Gorillaz 2010 European Tour. 


Perrin Meyer, Audio Engineering, Meyer Sound Labs
Perrin was born, lives, and works in Berkeley, CA. He is a proud graduate of Berkeley High, Columbia College, and the Courant Institute at NYU, where he studied physics and math. He works for the family business, Meyer Sound Laboratories, where he designs digital audio signal processing algorithms. He also performs research in computational acoustics in collaboration with research groups including CNMAT at UC Berkeley, the Courant Mathematics and Computing Lab at NYU, and The Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University. Perrin is married to Sharon Eberhardt, an author, actress, and playwright; together they are raising their son Dmitri.

Dave Johnson, Senior Technologist
Dave is a programmer, designer and computer technologist exploring the overlaps of science, technology and the arts. Collaborating on Are We There Yet? was an obvious fit for his skills and interests.
For the Are We There Yet? exhibition, Dave created a participant generated content and data aggregation, curation and redistribution technology platform, to support the online, kiosk, mobile, projection and other data visualization needs. He also participated in the sound design effort and created the question flip-board display application for exhibition’s website. http://protodave.com/

John C. Fox, App Developer
John is the creator of MemoryMiner, the award-wining Digital Storytelling platform for Mac OS, iOS and the Web. MemoryMiner is used by consumers and leading academic/cultural institutions to uncover and share the many stories found in collections of photographs and documents, old and new.

For Are We There Yet?, John created the iPad kiosk application used by museum visitors to submit their own questions to the exhibit, a mobile application for the iPhone and iPod Touch that does the same, and a Mac OS application that drives the flipping tile-board projection system.

Andrew Godbehere, Computer Vision System Engineer
Andrew Godbehere is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at UC Berkeley, concurrently working with the Berkeley Center for New Media to pursue the applications of mathematics and engineering to art in the interest of human service. Employing cutting edge information technologies, Andrew’s work constructs and interrogates interfaces between the body and the material world. Previous work with choreographer and UC Berkeley PhD student, Ashley Ferro-Murray, used wearable sensor networks to suture dance to audio-visual representation, troubling the boundaries between body and technology. Andrew is curently working with computer vision, machine learning, and statistics on an installation for the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Andrew Godbehere