Jordon Schranz (born 1975 – Chicago Heights, IL) is a New York based visual and sound artist, musician, curator, and educator. His painting and installation work has been shown nationally and internationally at the El Paso Museum of Art, the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez, Museo de la Universidad Nacional, Bogotá, Columbia, and at the Black and White Art Gallery, New York. He is the bass player and co-composer for The Eastern Seaboard, a member of the avant-rock group Quivers with guitarist Ninni Morgia, and previously a member of the Psych-rock group La Otracina. Since 2005 he has produced and distributed experimental, free jazz, noise, and avant-rock from an international roster of artists on his own label, Tiger Asylum Records. In 2007 he curated Frequencies at the Black and White Gallery Project Space, an experiential and holistic exhibition that captured facets of the DIY music community of Brooklyn. He is also the Fine Art Department Head for the Sessions College for Professional Design. He received his Bachelors in Fine Arts in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore and is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts in Combined Media from CUNY Hunter College, New York.