Rebecca Uliasz is a PhD candidate in Computational Media, Arts and Cultures (CMAC) at Duke University. She conducts research in perception in time-based media, analog computation and artificial intelligence, which inspires an artistic practice that incorporates experimental system and instrument building, audio/visual electronic noise performance and multi-media installation. She holds an MFA from SUNY Stony Brook University, where she focused on multi-media installation and performance with video transmission, and a BFA from the University of Connecticut.
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