Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020
Dashiel Carrera is a Half-Argentinean writer, HCI researcher and media artist from Newton, Massachusetts. Following his graduation from Brown University, Dashiel turned away tech recruiters from Google and Amazon to pursue the life of an artist. His experimental writing and new media explore the intersection of language, sound, and logic.
He has written for Los Angeles Review of Books, released 5 records on the label 75OrLessRecords, and won awards for his tech-art experiments from HackPrinceton, HackCooper, and Brown Creative Arts Council. His research has taken him to the MIT Media Lab and Harvard's metaLab.
Currently a PhD Student in Computer Science at the University of Toronto, he researches how machine learning can adapt educational and mental health interventions to meet individual needs. He is broadly interested in HCI, Social Computing, Education, Digital Media, AI, Participatory Design, and Psychology.
His first novel, The Deer, is forthcoming from Dalkey Archive Press in August 2022.