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Design Lecture Series: Aarati Akkapeddi
This lecture is presented as part of the Spring 2021 Design Lecture Series, free and open to all. Registration is required.
Aarati Akkapeddi is a first-generation Indian-American, cross-disciplinary artist, educator, and programmer interested in the poetics and politics of datasets. They work with both personal and institutional archives to explore how identities and histories are shaped by different methods of collecting, preserving, and presenting data. Their work has been supported by institutions such as NYC Media Lab, Beamcenter, ETOPIA Center for Art & Technology, & LES Printshop. They live and work in Occupied Lenapehoking (New York).