KATE ARMSTRONG is an artist and writer with interest in networks, distribution, and poetics. Armstrong's work examines the unexpected results that emerge when digital and analogue models are made to intersect, and looks to bring digital structures - both functional and metaphorical - into low-fi models and physical spaces as a way to interrogate contemporary culture. She is engaged with text and experimental narrative, especially open forms that bring poetics and computational function together. Her projects have taken a variety of forms including net art, psychogeography, installation, audio, performance, painting, and robotics. Armstrong has written for P.S.1/MoMA, TrAce, Year Zero One, and The Thing, as well as for catalogue publications. Her book Crisis & Repetition: Essays on Art and Culture, was published in 2002.
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