Central to my work are initiatives that put researchers in dialogue with artists, archivists, and scholars in the hopes of generating public-facing conversations that reach across disciplines. In addition to my own research and publications I have organized and developed numerous collaborations, workshops, and events to serve a broader community both within and beyond the university.
Program SeriesPROGRAM is a series of interdisciplinary lecture and workshop events co-developed with curator Ceci Moss at New York University from 2012 to the present. The series has brought over a dozen scholars to speak on the topic of "programming" and its relationship to media, cinema, literature, and art.
QUATThe Queer Art and Technology research group at the EYEBEAM Art + Technology Center was founded in 2013 with the goal of building community around various queer, feminist, and transgender media art practices and politics.
RhizomeSince 2010 I have served as an editorial fellow and staff writer for the art and technology organization Rhizome.org, located in the New Museum for Contemporary Art.
Values in DesignThe Values in Design Initiative is an ongoing, NSF funded research project tied to the Future Internet Architecture Initiative. Its goal is to identify junctures in the design of future Internet architectures in which values-critical technical decisions arise.