Gabriella Levine is an artist and fabricator interested in the relationship between art, technology, and biology. She currently works as an engineering lead at X (formerly Google[x]), building robotic systems. She holds a Masters in Design and Technology from ITP, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. She has created several open source environmental-sensing robotics startups, including Protei and Sneel. She led Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA.org), promoting open source accessible technologies worldwide.
Levine has exhibited work internationally, including Ars Electronica, Art Basel Miami, Eyebeam Gallery NYC, Armory Arts Fair NYC, Meta.Morf Electronic Arts Biennial (NO), and Transnatural Art Fair (NL). She received the 2012 Prix Ars Electronica Hybrid Arts Award, James R. Herman Memorial Art Installation Grant, Gulfstream Navigator Ocean Exchange Grant, and was a fellow on Unreasonable at Sea accelerator, circumnavigating the world by boat. Her work has been written up in Wired, Vice Magazine, NYTimes, Creator’s Project, Hyperallergic, and Scientific American.
She is currently working on her dissertation, entitled “Humanities of Cybernetics in a Post-Organic World”, with Catherine Malabou as an advisor, at the European Graduate School (EGS).