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Big Medium presents Coffee Chat: Rachel Stuckey

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Rachel Stuckey is Gallery Director at Women & Their Work, founder of Welcome to my Homepage Digital Artist Residency, Fantastic Arcade board member, curator and artist. As an artist she investigates historical and contemporary enthusiasm, confusion, and mystical lore about computers and life online. She creates performative videos and interactive environments, hybridizing New Ageism with technophilia and pop culture.

Stuckey's curatorial focus is in emerging media, net.art, and experimental film. She has curated for The Museum of Human Achievement, Experimental Response Cinema, and Mad Stork Cinema. Stuckey holds an MFA in Transmedia Studio Art from The University of Texas at Austin and a BFA in Filmmaking from University of Colorado Boulder.

Rachel Stuckey is Gallery Director at Women & Their Work, founder of Welcome to my Homepage Digital Artist Residency, Fantastic Arcade board member, curator and artist. As an artist she investigates historical and contemporary enthusiasm, confusion, and mystical lore about computers and life online. She creates performative videos and interactive environments, hybridizing New Ageism with technophilia and pop culture.

Stuckey's curatorial focus is in emerging media, net.art, and experimental film. She has curated for The Museum of Human Achievement, Experimental Response Cinema, and Mad Stork Cinema. Stuckey holds an MFA in Transmedia Studio Art from The University of Texas at Austin and a BFA in Filmmaking from University of Colorado Boulder.

Rachel Stuckey is Gallery Director at Women & Their Work, founder of Welcome to my Homepage Digital Artist Residency, Fantastic Arcade board member, curator and artist. As an artist she investigates historical and contemporary enthusiasm, confusion, and mystical lore about computers and life online. She creates performative videos and interactive environments, hybridizing New Ageism with technophilia and pop culture.

Stuckey's curatorial focus is in emerging media, net.art, and experimental film. She has curated for The Museum of Human Achievement, Experimental Response Cinema, and Mad Stork Cinema. Stuckey holds an MFA in Transmedia Studio Art from The University of Texas at Austin and a BFA in Filmmaking from University of Colorado Boulder.

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https://www.bigmedium.org/events/rachelstuckey

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