[tunnel] [tunnel] Stainless Steel Interactive Sculpture7’x 7′2023 [hill] Wall drawing40′ x 16′2023 This installation called Topophilia features two pieces in dialogue with one another that explore experiential encounters with place. Using landmarks of the city of Baltimore, my intention was to bring new playful perspectives and contexts to areas experienced every day.  [tunnel] (2023) is a playful… Continue reading [topophilia]

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[metaphysical reclamations: the metropolis project]

Videos Mary Flanagan2022Time-based media installation comprised of 2 video projectors, 2 screens, and oil paintings on canvas A Commission by Moody Center for the Arts for Fall 2022 exhibition, Urban Impressions In this new series, I use machines as collaborators to imagine the future and produce speculative possibilities in the rapidly changing anthropocene. As someone who… Continue reading [metaphysical reclamations: the metropolis project]


[Grace:AI] – Daydreams Custom software, Ubuntu system, Projectors, Video, Dye sublimation prints on aluminum(20″ x 20″, 48″ x 48″)121.92cm x 121.92cm2021-22 What happens when an AI trained only on the artwork of women artists daydreams? In Daydreams, [Grace:AI]– an Artificial Intelligence trained on the works of global women artists– looks at images of the sky… Continue reading [daydreams]

[Grace:AI] – Origin Story

Videos [Grace:AI] – Origin Story Dye Sublimation on Aluminum20″ x 20″50.8cm x 50.8cm2019 No matter the field, be it economic, political, or artistic, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its intersection with the world is overwhelmingly dominated by males. Indeed, in a variety of emerging technology realms — purely technical applications and artistic ones — it is women and people… Continue reading [Grace:AI] – Origin Story

[Colors of Remembrance]

Videos [Colors of Remembrance] Computational Drawings: Custom software, CDC COVID Data, Projectordimensions variable2020-ongoing This project is a virtual memorial.In this series, I create drawings that act as memorials to those who have tragically lost their lives in the 2020- coronavirus pandemic. Digital drawings begin with the Pantone color of the year for Spring 2020, starting… Continue reading [Colors of Remembrance]


Video [TOPOESIS] Software, computational poems, pen on archival watercolor paper11″ x 15″27.94cm x 38.1cm2019 [TOPOESIS] is a computational poetry work that uses letterforms as material, texture and subject within computationally generated landscapes. The software generates hill and mountain structures with which a poem cycles, gradually replacing the words in the poem with pollutants and other… Continue reading [TOPOESIS]

[the aurora room]

[the aurora room] Large-scale digital print series | Impressions numériques à grande échelle44″ x 32″112 cm x 81cm2019 Based on a personal experience with an active shooter when at University, this large-scale digital print series is derived from a process in which first I create mixed media paintings based on the spatial maps of active… Continue reading [the aurora room]


[wordboxes] – Decomposition of Yes | Decomposition of No | Three Letter Words Limited edition series | série en édition limitée2.25″ x 2.25″57mm x 57mm2019 Working in dialogue with notions of play from Fluxus to OuLiPo, these functioning puzzles deconstruct and reconstruct language, in both French and English.  Everyone knows this Cube Puzzle is an… Continue reading [wordboxes]

[the mirror book]

Video [the mirror book] series Custom Books (leather, paper), projection, software, writing | livre sur measure, projection, logiciel, écritureSizes: 44″ x 28″, 9″ x 11″, 28.5″ x 33″, 55″ x 30.89″, variable In [the mirror book], the texts of two poets are combined in a computational collaboration. Nouns, verbs, adjectives slowly move from one author’s poems… Continue reading [the mirror book]

[help me know the truth]

Videos [help me know the truth] Interactive software, 3 tablets, projectordimensions variable2017 [help me know the truth] is a software-based installation that uses computational neuroscience algorithms to ‘reverse correlate’ people’s unconscious biases. Visitors to the work take a selfie, which is processed two different ways with noise algorithms, making two versions of the selfie that… Continue reading [help me know the truth]