Amy Alexander

Amy Alexander is an artist and professor who has been making computationally-based art projects since the mid-1990s. Over the years, Amy has worked in net art, software art, computationally-based installation, audiovisual performance, film, video, music and information technology. Her research and practice focuses on how contemporary media – from performative cinema to social media – changes along with cultural and technological shifts. She has a particular interest in the cultural impact algorithmic bias and subjectivity and the potential for individual responses. Amy has exhibited at museums, international festivals, in clubs and on the streets. She has written and lectured on software art, software as culture, and audiovisual performance, and she has served as a reviewer for festivals and commissions for new media art and computer music. She is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego. Amy has a Master of Fine Arts in Film/Video from California Institute of the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Rowan University of New Jersey.

SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community Roles:
  • Exhibition Jury
  • SPARKS Presenter