Past roles: speaker
Joelle Fleurantin is an artist and design researcher obsessed with the relationship between bodies and screens, bodies and networks, bodies and embedded systems. She’s currently a UX Researcher at JPMorgan Chase &Co. As an active member of New York City’s arts-tech community since 2011, she has participated in VR hackathons and meetups, prototyped experiences, and curated two major exhibitions at Flux Factory gallery in Queens, NY. The second, We Have Always Lived in the Future, was an exhibition exploring the absence and presence of marginalized communities within Silicon Valley’s vision of future technologies. Previously, she was the Design Researcher at DBRS Innovation Labs, a machine learning and artificial intelligence research group.