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B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, St. Francis University
M.A., Communication Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Justin Dorazio’s research occupies the intersection between aesthetics and technology. His work examines the aesthetic dimensions of human-machine relations and draws upon theories of the modern avant-garde, the historical role of art, technicity, and processes of individuation. His current project investigates hacking conceived as an artistic practice that possesses the potential to disrupt and reconfigure boundaries of the sensible.