Roopa Vasudevan is a media artist, computer programmer, and scholar based in Western Massachusetts (traditional Nipmuc/Pocumtuc/Nonotuck land).
Her work examines social and technological defaults and protocols, and explores labor, time, humanity, and critical self-reflection within our relationships with technology.
You can find her at UMass Amherst, where she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art, or at NEW INC, where she is a current Community Member and former Art & Code track member. She is also a co-investigator on the Data Fluencies Project, an international research initiatve funded by the Mellon Foundation.
On this site you can view her artwork; herfull bio and CV; herbibliography; and extended statements about her work, teaching and creative practice (coming soon!).