Rebecca Uliasz is an artist and PhD Candidate in the department of Computational Media, Arts and Cultures at Duke University. Her dissertation project focuses on the relationship between computational media, epistemology, and paranoia, focusing on the 1960’s through the present, especially as it is entangled with conceptions of class, race, and gender in US visual culture and politics. Her research interests include digital culture, the history of cybernetics, conspiracy theories, machine learning, media ecologies, media art, and new media literacy. She is one half of the theory-noise performance group GOVERNANCE. Her work has appeared in Springer AI & Society: Special Issue, Ways of Machine Seeing, Review of Communication, Optimization: Towards a Critical Concept, JONMAS, APRJA and transmediale.
Current Research Interests
New Media, Computation, Media Politics, Critical Race Studies, Artificial Intelligence, History of Cybernetics, 21st Century, New Media Art, Network Culture
Current Appointments & Affiliations
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