Meghan Trainor is an artist and doctoral student at the University of Washington's Center for Digital Art and Experimental Media (DXARTS).
Her work has long explored the use of emerging and existing technologies to examine the aesthetic space in which the physical and the digital world overlap, resulting in a body of interactive, installation and performance artworks and projects.
Continuing inquiry concerning the dialogue between the material and the immaterial has led her to research centered on digital fabrication, particularly experimental 3D Printing, as well external Brain-Computer-Interfaces.
Her work has been shown and performed at a number of spaces including the Flux Factory, New York, The Disseney Hub, Barcelona, The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery, Philadelphia and 911 Media Art Center, Seattle. Past artist residencies include the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Digital Performance Institute and the Janie & James Washington Foundation.
She holds a Master's Degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts where she studied with Tom Igoe and Clay Shirky.