Jared Hoffman is a Brooklyn based visual artist practicing across many disciplines including printmaking, painting, installation and new media. Coming from a tech background, Hoffman applies computational processes to art making, attempting to explore ways that algorithms constrain and/or free us from existing social orders.
Hoffman has shown in group exhibitions at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ and at the Detroit Public Library. His collaboration with photographer Sincere Dennis culminated in exhibitions at Sotheby's and Lomography Gallery in NYC. Hoffman is also the creator of "The Stoner's Coloring Book: Coloring for High Minded Adults", a collaboratively illustrated adult coloring book published by Penguin-Random House.
His practice probes the relationship between digital life and memory. Memories are mysterious, sensual and essential to human experience. A particular smell, sound or sight can stimulate audience to recall an experience or person they haven't thought of in ages.