On technology, identity, and public health
Using art to spark seemingly impossible cross-cultural conversations since 2017.
Scholarship & Social Criticism
Catalyzes civic engagement and curate under-served community voices by translating complex issues into easy-to-understand:
Local, national, and international art exhibitions and installations;
Academic research and publications;
Educational materials for attorneys, teachers; citizens, and advocates.
Our own body of work is motivated by the same goals that guide our exhibitions of other artists' work. We want to use aesthetic experiences as a means of engaging the general public with digital and biomedical harms that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye or too bogged down in esoteric jargon.
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