Nora Khan is a writer, a Contributing Editor at Rhizome, and a current Eyebeam Research Resident based in New York City. She writes fiction and criticism, with a general focus on digital art, artificial intelligence, and games, and while at Eyebeam, a specific focus on the history of computerized poetry, bots, and simulations. She has published in Rhizome, Art in America, The Village Voice, California Sunday, After Us, Conjunctions, AVANT, and DIS. She’s a 2016 Thoma Foundation Arts Writing Fellow in Digital Art.
She’s most recently spoken at the Whitney Museum on artist Ian Cheng’s live simulations as part of New Ways to See: Digital Art Criticism Now, and on Together in Electric Dreams, a panel on the present and future of artificial intelligence that she produced for Open Score, an art and technology conference at New Museum. She has also spoken at Printed Matter, Inc., Eyebeam, and the Guggenheim.