Mark McKeague is a designer and technologist based in New York.
In his work he creates systems, devices and experiences which explore new technologies, often focusing on sound.
In 2013 Mark co-founded design company Dentaku, where he led the design and development of its first product Ototo, an accessible musical electronic sensor kit. Ototo has been acquired into the Museum of Modern Art permanent collection and is now available commercially.
Mark has worked with companies such as Wieden & Kennedy, Unilever and Bang & Olufsen; as well as collaborating on interactive installations which have been shown at the V&A, Tate Britain, and MUDAM Luxembourg.
He is a visiting tutor at the Royal College of Art and has led workshops at ÉCAL Lausanne, London College of Communication and the Architectural Association. Mark holds an MA Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art after graduating in 2012 and a BSc Music Technology from Queen's University Belfast.
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