Residency Dates
  • Jul 18th 2022 to Jul 28th 2022

Stephanie Dinkins is a transmedia artist whose projects foster dialog about race, gender, aging, and our future histories. Her art practice centers emerging technologies, documentary practices, and social collaboration toward equitable social and technological ecosystems. She holds the Kusama Endowed Professorship in Art at Stony Brook University, where she founded the Future Histories Studio. Dinkins is a United States Artist Fellow, Knight Arts & Tech Fellow and Creative Capital Grantee. Her art practice has been supported by the Berggruen Institute, Onassis Foundation, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Soros Equality Fellowship, Data and Society Research Institute, Sundance New Frontiers Story Lab, Eyebeam, Pioneer Works Tech Lab, NEW INC, Nokia Bell Labs, Blue Mountain Center, The Laundromat Project, Santa Fe Art Institute and Art/Omi.w. Recent exhibitions include Stephanie Dinkins: On Love & Data, Queens Museum of Art (2021-22); FUTURES, Smithsonian Arts, Washington, DC (2021-22); BioMedia. The Era of Life-like Media, ZKM|, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, DE (2022); The Imitation GameVancouver Art Gallery (2022); and Design for Different Futures, Walker Art Museum (2020-21). Wired, Art in America, ArtsyArt21, Hyperallergic, BBC, Wilson Quarterly, and popular podcasts have highlighted Dinkins’ art and ideas. Dinkins lives and works in Brooklyn NY.