Mimi Onuoha is a Brooklyn-based artist & researcher whose work explores missing data and the ways in which people are abstracted, represented, and classified. See her work here

Currently she is thinking about algorithmic violence, missing data and teaching at NYU.  Research Resident at Eyebeam and Artist in Residence at StudioXX.

In the past she was Visiting Faculty at Bennington College,  Research Resident at Eyebeam, Data & Society Fellow, Visiting Researcher at the Royal College of Art,  Something-In-Resident at NYU ITP,  Columbia University Tow Research Fellow. 

Her interests include data collection  |  missing datasets  | automated decision-making teaching about maps & data  |  writing |  zines