Thirty different possible portraits of Chelsea Manning algorithmically-generated by an analysis of her DNA.
A three-way essay on biopunk, futurism, and rejecting genetic determinism.
Ubiquitous genomics, compulsory visibility, and a call for biopolitical art practice. Lecture in e-flux.
A story of identity, incarceration, and the struggle
Forensic DNA Phenotype portrait of the American whistleblower.
Essay for the New Inquiry: A new crime investigation technology generates suspect sketches from genetic material but this new big data tool is based on old racialism.
Portrait sculptures from analyses of genetic material collected in public places.
The future of genetic privacy.
A playful look at DIY ways in which anonymity can be enabled in the age of genetic surveillance.
Social media campaign and Guardian article addressing sexism in the field of art & technology
A hub for community research into biological surveillance.
Completed with Jarad Solomon. DIY guides to erase and replace your DNA.
A series of art and technology events dedicated to exploring and providing forms of protection from surveillance.
Billboard Art Installation.
The least popular results on the web.
Interactive generative poetry installation for the Poland Mediations Biennale.
Re-engaging the physical in an age of disconnection.
Millenium Film Archive is transformed into a human circuit.
An experiment in sound, drawing, and human conductivity.
Bringing the world of sound hidden beneath New York's rivers to the surface.
Physicality of sound as a composition for the sense of touch.
Listening and learning from the speech of passersby and the sounds of the street.
Can computers be "creative"? ITP Masters Thesis.