Zach Blas is an artist-theorist whose work engages technology, queerness, and politics. He is the creator of art group Queer Technologies, a founding member of The Public School Durham, and a PhD candidate in The Graduate Program in Literature, Information Science + Information Studies, and Visual Studies at Duke University. His recent exhibitions include Trans Technology, Rutgers University; GL.TC/H 2112, Chicago; the 2012 HTMlles Feminist Festival of Media Arts + Digital Culture, Montreal; Move In, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles; and the 2012 Abandon Normal Devices Festival, Manchester. Zach has recently published writings in the “Five Videos” essay series, commissioned by rhizome.org and the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology for the 2012 Liverpool Biennial, and the Viral issue of Women Studies Quarterly. He holds a Master of Fine Art, Design Media Arts, University of California Los Angeles. Currently, Zach is an artist/researcher-in-residence at the b.a.n.g.lab and Performative Nanorobotics Lab, directed by Ricardo Dominguez and part of the Visual Arts department, at University of California San Diego.