Floor van de Velde (b. Belgium) is a cross-disciplinary artist and educator whose work explores the reciprocal relationship between art and technological innovation. As a ceaseless experimenter in sculpture, light, and sonic art, she gravitates towards precision-oriented, systematic, and reductionist approaches to art-making.

Floor graduated from the Art, Culture, and Technology program at MIT, and currently teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts in the 3D + Performance Department.

She is also a Co-Provocateur of San Francisco-based art collective Nighthouse Studio, an art collective that creates large-scale interactive and permanent light installations that interface with architecture and landscape design.