Marilène Oliver is an associate professor in Printmaking and Media Art, Univesrsity of Alberta. Oliver’s work is at the crossroads of new digital technologies, traditional print, and sculpture. It focuses on producing objects that bridge the virtual and the real worlds. Oliver makes artworks with and about human-data and AI technologies. She has exhibited internationally at the Royal Academy in the UK, the MassMoCA in the US, and the Copernicus Museum in Poland. Oliver is the host of LASERAlberta, a series of art & science public talks affiliated with Leonardo ISAST, is interim director of the Sound Studies Institute (SSI) and currently leads the research projects Know Thyself as a Virtual Reality and Dyscorpia: Future Intersections of the Body and Technology.