Kati London (US) is an artist and curator.
Kati London designs, develops and builds opportunities for interacting with others - whether that be for people and plants, residents of Baghdad and New York City or an international conference of mobile game developers. Her varied interests have led her to curate cultural programs at one of New York City's botanical gardens as well as produce the first online art auctions for artnet.com. Her collaborative projects have been featured in the Come Out & Play Festival, New York, and Conflux: Festival of Psychogeography.
Her project Urban Sonar has been featured in Wired, and Botanicalls: the plants have your number, has been featured on the BBC, and will be included in an upcoming documentary for German and French public television.
She currently works as a producer and game designer for the big game design company, area/code, while she finishes her Masters at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). She has exhibited her art works and installations in New York, Germany, Italy and Providence.