Amy Alexander been making computationally-based art projects since the 1990s. Her research and practice focuses on the fuzzy borders between media and the world. Her current work uses computer vision and neural networks for curation and production to highlight less visible slices of social media.
Amy has worked in net art, software art, installation, audiovisual performance, film and IT. She has written on software art, software as culture, and audiovisual performance. Amy’s projects have been exhibited at venues ranging from The Whitney Museum, Prix Ars Electronica, Transmediale, SIGGRAPH, NIME, and the New Museum to club performances at Sonar (Barcelona), First Avenue (Minneapolis) and Melkweg (Amsterdam). She's a Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego.