Sarah Kanouse is a research-based artist, critical writer, and program coordinator of the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts. Her multiplatform creative projects trace the production of landscape through ecological, historical, and legal forces.
Kara Braciale is a visual artist and curator whose work plays with language and modes of translation to triangulate the location of meaning in a work of art. Her recent work involves the translation of text into binary code to generate grid-based visualizations of text.
Professor Derek Curry is an artist and researcher working with automated decision-making systems used in the process of data aggregation and classification in algorithmic trading systems and Open Source Intelligence gathering (OSINT).
Julia Hechtman is an interdisciplinary artist based in Boston who makes works that show how images and objects can deliver meaning and generate first-hand experience for the viewer. She shows her multimedia installations nationally and internationally.
Celia Pearce is a game designer, author, researcher, teacher, curator and artist, specializing in multiplayer gaming and virtual worlds, independent, art, and alternative game genres, as well as games and gender.
Ronald Smith is a composer whose works incorporate acoustic instruments and electronics and often evidence a contemplative character, a preoccupation with resonance, and an openness to new sound sources.
Dani Snyder-Young is a scholar/artist focusing on performance as a social and civic practice. She studies theatre and social change, applied theatre, and contemporary US activist performance; her directing and dramaturgy praxis emphasize community-based, site-specific approaches to theatre-making.