Kelsey Brod is an artist, writer, and PhD student in the Computational Media, Arts and Cultures program at Duke University. Her research interests include alternative imaginations of the internet, human-machine reasoning, and technofeminism. She is also a member of the Franklin Humanities Institute’s PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge and the S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab at Duke. Brod holds an MFA in visual arts and an MA in art history from SUNY Purchase College, where she also taught the courses Introduction to Video
before attending Duke. She has most recently shown at PROTO Gallery, NJ, the Hudson Museum of Contemporary Art, September Gallery, NY, and Die Digitale, Düsseldorf, GE. Recent conference papers include: “1990s Cyberfeminist Imagery: Trashed or Cached?” at Tufts University, “The Internet and Spaces of Femininity” at Saint Louis University, and “Performance and the ‘Intrasubjective’” at the 2019 College Art Association.
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