As a Taipei-born artist and researcher, I experiment with feminist interventions into the process of phototechnics to probe interpersonal relationships and create participatory experiences. I’m especially interested in the unstable nature of digital artifacts, and how they might communicate ambivalent emotional states. While my work takes on many forms—from collaborative workshops, resin sculptures, to data visualization—the core of my practice concerns how to question power by documenting our interactions with technologies and each other.

My work has appeared in MIT press, Leonardo and ACM Siggraph, and was supported by communities such as New Museum’s NEW INC, incubator for Art, Design, and Technology, 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.

Read my 2021 interview here.

Rosalie can be reached at yurosalie_at_gmail_dot_com.

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