Christian Nold is an artist, designer and activist living in London.. He studied Fine Art - Intermedia at Kingston University. After graduating he worked commercially as an Interaction Designer for Lowe Broadway. Subsequently he was commissioned to write an artist's book for Book Works. The resulting Mobile Vulgus (2001) has been review and and extracts published in: Art Monthly, Sleazenation, Tank, Flux, Mute, Do or Die, Saturday and Janus.
He recently graduated from the Interaction Design MA course at the Royal College of Art. At the RCA he produced the Community Edit software which was presented at Yale and New York University as well as at the Sample Image Conference in Rome and next January at the ZKM in Karlsruhe. Christian's Crowd Compiler project was shown at Dorkbot in London and at the Neuro Conference in Munich. His most recent project Bio Mapping has also received a large amount of international attention and been presented in England, Italy, Finland, Lativa and Holland. Christian is currently a part-time lecturer at the University of Plymouth.