Matt O'Hare, Ph.D. is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose research and creative practice focus on human-computer interaction, creativity, and critical making with audio-visual technologies. With a background in electronic music and the performing arts, his work foregrounds the development of interactive systems to support improvisation, collaboration, and meaningful exchange among artists and electronic performance environments.

Often in cooperation with other artists, actors, dancers, and musicians, his work has been experienced online and in-person at venues, galleries, festivals, and public spaces internationally.

Matt holds a Ph.D. in Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Master's of Music Technology from New York University. He is currently Visiting Asst. Professor of Visual Studies at Haverford College where he founded the Studio for Electronic Art, an educational space where modular synthesis and sound art bridge the humanities with computer science.