www.bodywatch.us (2004)

As an undergraduate fine arts student, I discovered my passion for social/political activism, feminism, and the creation of digital art. My interests converged and I began creating socially and politically conscious works of art. My work is simple, yet expressive. It questions and highlights issues concerning gender and technology. I find inspiration in the work of Mary Flanagan, Natalie Bookchin, and countless others in the digital arts realm who create purposeful feminist projects that can engage a viewer/participant of any age.

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As an undergraduate fine arts student, I discovered my passion for social/political activism, feminism, and the creation of digital art. My interests converged and I began creating socially and politically conscious works of art. My work is simple, yet expressive. It questions and highlights issues concerning gender and technology. I find inspiration in the work of Mary Flanagan, Natalie Bookchin, and countless others in the digital arts realm who create purposeful feminist projects that can engage a viewer/participant of any age.

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