My current work is political in nature and is easy to appropriate. Until the work is publicly exhibited, I will be holding off on posting the work on this website and on social media.

In Dating/Algorithms/Identity, I examined dating websites as a way to look at identity. I looked at the language and the algorithms commonly used for online identity and their association with dating. The question raised were as follows: what keywords are used to self identify, what words are used to mold image, what words are used to group and categorized individuals, what reductive form of language is used to quickly identify and attract a potential mate, what words are used to market oneself. The goal of this piece to to raise questions about the objectification of language as it pertains to dating, identity and partnership.

In Dating/Algorithms/Identity, I examined dating websites as a way to look at identity. I looked at the language and the algorithms commonly used for online identity and their association with dating. The question raised were as follows: what keywords are used to self identify, what words are used to mold image, what words are used to group and categorized individuals, what reductive form of language is used to quickly identify and attract a potential mate, what words are used to market oneself. The goal of this piece to to raise questions about the objectification of language as it pertains to dating, identity and partnership.