Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Amy Traylor is an award winning artist/creative coder whose work has been exhibited numerous times at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History and the New Mexico Museum of Art. In the last few years Amy has turned her attention completely to the development of new media works, including experimental film, sound, and creative coding. As a photographer, she was always frustrated with the stillness of the image and the inability to dig deeper into the physical structure of the print. Through code, Amy is finally able to take apart the image, examine the parts, and tease out new conversations for her imagery. Amy sees code as a way to transcend mediums and blur the boundaries of art and technology. Traylor is currently an MFA student in the Experimental Art and Technology program at the University of New Mexico.