Dan Phiffer is an artist.

Dan Phiffer is a programmer and artist interested in hackable, inexpensive computer networks. During the day he works at the New Yorker magazine, helping to build and maintain the recently-redesigned newyorker.com. Dan spends his free time making art projects that use computer networks as their material. He has had his projects exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, and SFMOMA and has received commissions from Rhizome, Triple Canopy, and Turbulence.