Sage Jenson is a media artist who specializes in speculative biology and emotive simulations. Jenson's art involves creating audiovisual spaces, digital creatures and ecosystems. Jenson’s work has been showcased at prestigious venues and festivals worldwide, including the Barbican Centre, Sundance and Lyon's Fête des Lumières. Jenson has also published research papers in the fields of geometry processing, complex network theory and human-computer interaction. Jenson's academic background includes a B.A. and B.M. degrees from Oberlin College and Conservatory where they studied mathematics, computer science and electroacoustic music. They are currently working on a simulation project that explores the common thread of life that exists across material structures throughout time and space. Jenson has also worked in computational geometry and architecture, including a recent collaboration with Neri Oxman.