Jeremy Kamal is a film and game maker creating speculative landscape mythologies through animation, sound, and video games. His geomyths explore the rituals, technologies, and ecologies that emerge when overlooked cultural values shape landscapes. Combining the design rigor of landscape architecture with the accessibility of pop culture and music, his 3d environments host speculative narratives that introduce landscape discourse to a broader audience. He is an Onassis ONX fellow and was previously an artist resident at the Sundance Institute, NYU ITP, Folly Tree Arboretum, and AFROTECTOPIA. As a freelance 3D generalist, he has collaborated on projects for Marine Serre, The North Face, Gucci, Trippie Redd, Yo Gotti, Sa Babi, and Lil Miquela.

Jeremy is a design faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard GSD and a Master of Arts from SCI-Arc’s Fiction and Entertainment program.


Exhibits + Screenings

2024 Harvard XR Showcase
2024 A+D Museum “Da Fringes”
2024 CURRENTS New Media
2024 Crenshaw Dairy Mart Festival
2024 ONX Studio “All Will Be Considered”
2024 “ We Are Here” A+D Museum
2023 A+D Museum Annual Gala
2023 Spectra Studio; Mirror Launch Event
2023 Venice Biennale Vernissage x Metrotopia Metaverse
2023 TORRENTS: New Links to Black Futures
2022 Around the World Summit, Guggenheim NY
2022 Spectra Studio: Mirror Launch event
2022 Venice Biennale of Architecture
2020 ONX Studio Showcase

Awards + Residencies

2022 Folly Tree Arboretum Art Residency
2021 NYU ITP Postgrad Fellow 
2021  New Forms Residency
2020 ONX Studio Fellowship
2020 Sundance New Frontier Story Lab Fellowship
2019 Alfred P. Sload Foundation Award
2017 Norman T. Newton Prize

Artist Talks

2023 Columbia University GSAPP Artist Talk
2022 UCLA Sci Art Lab Artist Talk
2021 Reassemble Lab Artist Talk+ Workshop
2021 University of Pennsylvania - Artist Talk
2020 SCI Arc Black Lives Matter Action Week Artist Talk
2020 Afrotectopia Artist
2019  University of British Colombia “Forbidden Fruit” Artist Talk + Workshop
2019  University of Viriginia Workshop “Realtime Storytelling”