As an artist, activist, and technologist I enact speculative interventions and uncover new political imaginaries. Digital conversations are recontextualized, landscapes are reconfigured, algorithms are queered, and all are presented as embodied data. In constituting vision as a type of data processing, I attempt to answer the question, “What does it mean to see like a machine?”
Living and working in Oakland CA, I collaborate widely with artists and engineers from a variety of fields. Past projects have included: building an autonomous camera for landscape photography, developing workflow tools for fine-art fabrication, founding a community gallery in rural Washington State, building websites for community organizers, and serving as lead engineer for an autonomous art robot.