Melanie Hoff is an artist and educator examining the role technology plays in social organization and reinforcing hegemonic structures. Their work uncovers coded conventions of norms, interfaces and sex through software, installation and new choreographies of exchange. They are a founding member of the Cybernetics Library—an art and research collective offering resources for study and critique of techno-social systems—and Soft Surplus, a collective art studio warehouse where artists learn together by making things near each other. They teach at the School for Poetic Computation and Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts and recently presented their work at the Tate Exchange in London, the New Museum, the Queens Museum, The Internet Archive, Pioneer Works and elsewhere.
Fall 2019 Courses
- ID-247G-01 Graduate Thesis Research
- ID-247G-02 Graduate Thesis Research
- Melanie Hoff