Dann Disciglio (b.1993) is a US-based intermedia artist and educator whose research driven practice investigates contemporary ecologies through both analog and digital experimentation. Disciglio works with and for non-human subjects (such as trees, plants, grass, molds, and bacteria) to stage eclectic sonic performances and compositions, multimedia installations and sculptures, and texts in which future-naturalisms are encountered. He holds an MFA in Sound Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2019) and a B.A. in Media Theory from Hampshire College (2015). He has shown work and performed internationally and is currently serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Media at Lewis & Clark College.