Noa P. Kaplan is an artist, researcher, and educator based in Los Angeles. She analyzes and reconstructs overlooked, disappearing, and forgotten collections. Through virtual simulations, physical artifacts, and environments, she invites viewers to inhabit these collections, often at unfamiliar orders of magnitude. Noa has exhibited recent work at Ars Electronica, ACME. Gallery, and the Hammer Museum. She has participated in residencies and fellowships at IDEO, Autodesk, Electric Objects, and Eyeo and her work has been featured in Business Insider, Wired Magazine, Discovery VR, and the Huffington Post. Noa has taught as a Lecturer in the School of Arts and Architecture at UCLA since 2012 and is currently an Annenberg Fellow in the School of Cinematic Arts at USC.