I consider myself as a creative technologist, but with a critical edge. I think and work at the intersection of media/technology studies, social computing, and media arts.
I am interested in: histories and politics of digital network technologies, protocols, artefacts - with a focus on late 1990s - late 2000s internet culture; unexpected uses and abuses of digital media technologies in different social, political, and cultural contexts; the preservation, restoration, and resurrection of "dead" software networks and infrastructures, critical making. I am also broadly interested in urban studies and Latin American studies.
M.A. in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. B.S. in Interactive Media Arts and Global China Studies at New York University Shanghai, as a member of the university's inaugural class.
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I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, in mainland China, add me on WeChat/Weixin with the username