Owen Mundy is an artist, designer, and programmer who investigates public space and its relationship to data. His artwork highlights inconspicuous trends and offers tools to make hackers out of everyday users. He has completed multiple networked art works which constitute various overlaps between creative practice, technological research, and cultural production. He has an MFA in Visual Art from the University of California, San Diego and is an Associate Professor of Art at Florida State University. His work has been shown at Transitio_MX in Mexico City, the California Center for the Arts in Escondido, CA, Compactspace in Los Angeles, Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast, the Sarai Media Lab in New Dehli, Bauer&Ewald Gallery in Berlin, and APEXART, Flux Factory, and Art Currents Gallery, in New York. I Know Where Your Cat Lives is a data visualization project to create awareness about internet privacy. It has been profiled by NPR, the New York Times, The Atlantic, and Time Magazine, among others.