David Harris is an artist, designer, and journalist working at the interplay of science and the creative arts. He has exhibited in galleries, public art spaces, and non-conventional locations in Australia, Europe, and the United States along with various web-native works. His design work has been commissioned by universities, academic journals, and think-tanks. His writing has appeared in many major science magazines and journals around the world.
David has undergraduate and graduate degrees in theoretical physics, science communication, and fine art including an MFA (Digital Arts and New Media) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is currently completing a PhD at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia, investigating the nature of collaboration between artists and scientists.
He is a sessional lecturer at QCA in the interactive media and design programs in physical computing, wearable technology, and media and design theory. As an adjunct lecturer in Physics at the University of Queensland, he is curator of the UQ Physics Museum.