Maya Livio (she/her) researches, makes media, and curates on questions of living and dying on a networked planet. Rooted in a commitment to social and environmental justice, her work builds cross-disciplinary bridges spanning research and practice while probing at the contact zones between technological systems and ecosystems. Her projects and writing have been featured in, written about, and supported by places such as The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts, RedLine Contemporary Art Center, The Washington Post, the Institute of Network Cultures, NPR, Femmebit, Complex Magazine, VICE, The Baltimore Sun, The Denver Post, Labocine, and Vanity Fair. She holds a PhD from the University of Colorado and a MA from the University of Amsterdam.

Livio’s work in cultural production and strategy has included programming and commissioning art and discourse as Curator of MediaLive, an annual media arts festival at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), and as Curator of the Media Archaeology Lab, a space for hands-on research with historical technologies. Currently, she is a grantee of the INSITE Fund and Co-PI grantee of a 2019-2021 Research and Innovation Seed Grant.
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