John Edmark (b.1969) is an American creator, educator, and artist investigating patterns of space, growth, motion, and light. He is the creator of the Helicone, an interactive kinetic toy, and Blooms, an innovative sculptural form that comes to life when rotated under a strobe light.
Edmark has developed interactive artworks for institutions including the Exploratorium, San Francisco; the San Jose Museum of Art; the Phaeno Science Center, Wolfsburg; and the Swiss Science Center Technorama, Winterthur. He has been an Artist in Residence at AutoDesk and the Exploratorium. Before practicing as an artist, Edmark spent many years investigating virtual worlds at Bell Laboratories. He teaches at the Stanford University Design Program, and is based in San Francisco.