gnosis is an experimental, multidisciplinary hub for knowledge design at the intersections of art, technology, and the mind. It is the brainchild and creative portfolio of Christopher Morse, artist, linguist, and digital humanities scholar.


At its core, Christopher’s work focuses on the emergent ways that human beings create, share, and interact with knowledge and knowledge systems. In practical terms, this has manifested as art-inspired data visualizations of social movements, dynamic interfaces for museum exhibits, and more recently, a digital critical edition of a 16th century Vatican Library manuscript. His work has been featured within the United States and internationally.

At present, Christopher is a doctoral candidate at the University of Luxembourg focusing on human/computer interaction in the humanities. Before moving to Europe, he supported faculty research as Senior Humanities Research Computing Specialist at Harvard University Arts & Humanities Research Computing.

Christopher holds a B.A. in Japanese literature from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, an M.T.S. in religion, literature, and culture from Harvard University, and an A.L.M. in digital media and instructional design also from Harvard University.