An artistic experimenter and educator from Ohio, Emily Joy Zeller is interested in new technologies and the near-future.
Currently she is a teacher in the Interactive Media pathway of Columbus City School's Career Technical Education program. Previously she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art and the Studio Art Technology Specialist at Kenyon College, where she taught classes in web media, photography, digital imaging, and creative coding. Her work has been exhibited at the Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts in Wisconsin, The Wrong Biennale in Valencia, Spain, and Fringe Arts Bath in Bath, England. Her artistic pursuits range from photography to microcontrollers, joining digital and analog, and exploring the AI uncanny valley. Zeller received her MFA in Imaging Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.
In her free time she performs with the Kenyon College Harp Ensemble, and skates with Ohio Roller Derby.
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