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Mimi Onuoha

Adjunct, Alumni, Former Staff, Class of 2013

Courses Taught: Working with People and Data
Everything is Physical: The Art of Digital Mapping

Mimi Onuoha is an artist and researcher using data and code to explore the process results, and implications of data collection. Her work focuses on the overlap of digital and geographic spaces and the ways in which technology and culture influence each other. Most recently, Onuoha was selected to be in the inaugural class of Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellows. She has also served as a Research Fellow at Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism, a Visiting Researcher at the Royal College of Art, and a fellow at the Data & Society Research Institute. Onuoha has a B.A. in Anthropology from Princeton, a Master’s degree from ITP, and is currently a Research Resident at Eyebeam, where she is programmatically and interpersonally investigating missing datasets and strategies for intervention and response.