Noah Marchal is an interdisciplinary artist with an MFA from Rensselear Polytechnical Institute and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His works blurr the lines traditionally held between science and the arts. Noah is interested in the semantics of languages, both as patternistic representations and as syntaxical rulesets as found in music. His work is focused on participatory structures of language, such as those derived from musical experience and perception. Noah has professional and artistic interests in the fields of media history and politics, autism and learning, as well as bio-technical aspects of cell culturing and botany. His work draws reference from bio-technology, media artifacts and history, cognitive science, spirituality and symbolism, and the field of human computer interaction.