I am a Taipei-born artist and researcher. In my practice I use and misuse digital tools, working with data as a material that I sculpt and transform into visualizations, resin sculptures, domestic installations, and printed material. In doing so, I am thinking about this deliberate and creative misapplication of tools as a queering of the technology, making visible the norms of engagement that continuously construct our identity. As a Taiwanese artist, I also connect these manipulations of technology to the condition of being politically contested and marginalized. 

I am a member at New Museum’s NEW INC in collaboration with Rhizome. My work has appeared in Leonardo and ACM Siggraph, and was supported by communities such as NYU Tisch’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), the Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia Journalism School, ACCAD at Ohio State University, and EdLab at Teachers College, Columbia University. In Fall 2020, I participated in the science_technology_society residency program at Delfina Foundation, UK. I am currently teaching at NYU Tisch’s Collaborative Arts and ITP.

Read my interview with Rhizome and KillScreen.

I can be reached at yurosalie_at_gmail_dot_com.

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