Amy Alexander is a digital media, audiovisual and performance artist who has also worked in film, video, tactical media and information technology. She has been making films since 1990 and creating art through programming since 1994. Much of Alexander’s work is performance-based, often working at intersections of cinema, performing arts, humor, politics, and popular culture. Her current research and practice focuses on expanded approaches to the moving image that reflect contemporary cultural and technological shifts. Alexander’s projects have been presented internationally on the Internet, in clubs and on the street as well as in festivals and museums, including the Whitney Museum, Ars Electronica, Transmediale, ISEA and NIME. She was a founding member of the Runme.org software art collective and an early member of the TOPLAP live coding collective. She is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego.