Arts Based Research Fellow
Romi Morrison is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher.
Their work investigates the personal, political, and spatial boundaries of race, ethics, and social infrastructure within digital technologies. Using maps, data, sound, performance, and video, their installations center Black Feminist technologies that challenge the demands of an increasingly quantified world that reduces land into property, people into digits, and knowledge into data.
Romi has exhibited work and given talks internationally at such venues as Transmediale (Berlin), ALT_CPH Biennial (Copenhagen), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Queens Museum (New York), and the Walker Museum of Art. Their writing has appeared in publications by University of California Press, MIT Press, and Logic Magazine. They are currently finishing their PhD in Media Arts + Practice at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.