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In this talk for NULab's "Feminist Methods in Digital Spaces" panel, I cover three ways in which my work intersects with feminist practices.
1) Through its inherently interdisciplinary (or perhaps anti-disciplinary) nature breaking down historical barriers in academia.
2) Through critiquing computationally creative systems (algorithms and data) for their embedded politics.
3) Through highlighting the shared history and practices of computation and textile arts via new projects in computational craft.