Bomani Oseni McClendon is an engineer living in Brooklyn, NY.

Bomani studies the ways that Black health outcomes are influenced by a history of scientific racism, examining his own proximity to techno-solutionist monocultures and the medical industry as a starting point. By exploring the shortcomings of scientific practice, Bomani hopes to highlight the validity of other ways of knowing.

Bomani has been a member of the Bay Area-based Foldhaus Art Collective since 2016 and is a founding member of Dial Up, a Chicago-based creative collective established in 2014 focused on music, film, design, and technology. He was also a member of the Spring 2019 immersive cohort at School for Poetic Computation.

New York University

M.P.S in Interactive Telecommunications

2019 - 2021

School for Poetic Computation

10-Week Spring Session

2019 - 2019

Northwestern University

B.S in Computer Science

2013 - 2017

Panel Discussion at Decode Experiential Vol. V

Lightbox, September 2019

New York, NY

"Advice & Insights for Institute For Entrepreneurship Students"

Upperline Code, August 2019

New York, NY

"Code As An Artistic Medium"

WordHack, May 2019

New York, NY

Meet the Students Spring 2019

School for Poetic Computation, March 2019

New York, NY

"Interactive Projection Mapping with Processing"

Processing Community Day NYC, February 2019

New York, NY

Panel Discussion at Student Assembly

Avenues: The World School, December 2018

New York, NY

"Making Mushrooms Glow"

!!Con, May 2017

New York, NY

"'Hacking' Mobile Apps"

Open Lab, November 2016

Evanston, IL

"Serving Social Change: Leveraging the Internet for the Empowerment of Social Movements"

MozFest, November 2015

London, England


Software Design Fellow

2019 - 2019

Delta Lab

Undergraduate Research Fellow

2016 - 2017

Knight Lab

Technical Fellow

2015 - 2017