Alexandra Sullivan is an interdisciplinary artist, New York City native, computer whisperer, and solver of small puzzles. She received an MFA in Art Practice from the School of Visual Arts, a BFA in Studio Art and a BA in Women’s Studies from Penn State. She helped to run the 2018 Art in Odd Places: BODY festival, serves as the production manager and as a contributor for Performance is Alive, and is a member of the team for The Immigrant Artist Biennial 2020. Through boundary disrupting interactions using touch, varying levels of sensory deprivation or distortion, conversation, performance, audio, objects, and video, her work explores the world of embodied knowledge where our beliefs and behaviors resist easy articulation.

She currently lives in Brooklyn, manipulating machine intelligences for fun and occasional profit.