Rhonda Holberton utilizes technology as a medium to reconcile the biological body with geologic time, revealing their material and environmental impacts on individual entities and on a planetary scale. Her subtle animations, digital interventions, sculptures and installation pieces move between the material and the immaterial, the authentic and synthetic, and pay special attention to the phenomenology of climate change in order to imagine ways to collectively write more inclusive rules for digital platforms. Holberton has exhibited at CULT Aimee Friberg (San Francisco), RMIT Gallery (Melbourne), La Becque Résidences d’artistes (La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland), FIFI Projects (Mexico City), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and the San Francisco Arts Commission. She was awarded the Fondation Ténot Fellowship in Paris and the CAMAC Artist in Residence at Marnay-sur-Seine, France. Holberton’s work is in the permanent collections of the Whitney, SFMOMA, and the McEvoy Foundation.