Jane is an artist, educator, and writer. Her large-scale installations and sculpture range in media from ultrasound and rammed earth to magnetic levitation and found space. She works in collaboration across disciplines in science and engineering, architecture, music, finance, fashion, and performance.

A past artist fellow of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and MacDowell Colony Fellow, Jane teaches in the Art, Media, and Technology Program, Parsons School of Design/The New School, NYC.

Jane founded the community-based development studio TILL: Today’s Industrial Living Landscapes in 2016, evolved from re-wire, artist-driven master planning for a decades-long derelict brownfield in Northern Fairfield County, Connecticut, launched in 2013 with funding from the CT Department of Economics and Community Development and fiscal sponsorship from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She conceived and produced TILL: bFt LAB, community-based design and production, and thought leadership Summit in 2019. Jane holds a bachelors degree in East Asian Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University, and a masters in Critical Conservation from the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.