alexandra neuman
Alexandra Neuman (b. 1993) is a New York-based visual artist working in film, video, and performance. Neuman’s work aims to uncover the spiritual potentialities of human interaction with technology, as well as examine the ways in which our next evolutionary stage will be shaped by a collective departure into the virtual. Drawing on elements from posthumanism, affect studies, and philosophy of mind, she is currently focusing on the ways in which digital technologies both inform and complicate questions regarding the nature of self and the experience of embodiment. She received a BFA in Visual Arts and Anthropology from Sam Fox School of Art and Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis and is currently pursuing an MFA in Visual Arts at UC San Diego.  
“…all bodies are in a perpetual state of flux, like rivers, with parts constantly coming into them and going out.”
Proposition 71 of Leibniz’s Monadology