is an artist interested in network culture, who is working in Narrm/Melbourne on unceded Wurundjeri land. She works with code, installation and textiles to create augmented surfaces and interactive experiences. Her practice-based research is focused on ways to materialise the seemingly immaterial nature of data and networks. Invoking the language of the Internet, her glitch and emoji laden aesthetic critiques a hyper-mediated age, creating sites of respite and resistance that think through alternative agendas for networked technologies. She has exhibited in Australia and abroad, with funding and commissions from a range of local, national and international organisations, including a 2020 commission for the work ‘rlx:tech ~digital spa~’ from the University of Queensland Art Museum. She is presently an Industry Fellow in the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours) at RMIT University where she co-ordinates the Communications stream. She is also a member of the HASH Network, the Wearable + Sensing Network and the Care-full Design Lab; each at RMIT.