Andrea Polli is an artist working at the intersection of art, science and technology whose practice includes media installation, public interventions, curating and directing art and community projects and writing. She currently is an Professor of Art with a an Associate Professor courtesy appointment in Engineering/Computer Science, the Mesa Del Sol Endowed Chair of Digital Media, and the Director of the Social Media Workgroup at the Center for Advanced Research Computing at The University of New Mexico. She has been creating media and technology artworks related to environmental science issues since 1999, when she first began collaborating with atmospheric scientists on sound and data sonification projects. Among other organizations, she has worked with the NASA/Goddard Institute Climate Research Group in New York City, the National Center for Atmospheric Research and AirNow. Polli’s work has been presented widely in over one hundred presentations, exhibitions and performances internationally including the Whitney Museum of American Art and The Field Museum of Natural History, and has been recognized by numerous grants, residencies and awards including the NSF, Fulbright and UNESCO. Her work has been reviewed by the Los Angeles Times, Art in America, Art News, NY Arts and others. She holds a doctorate in practice-led research from the University of Plymouth in the UK. Her recent books are "Far Field: Digital Culture, Climate Change and the Poles" and "Hack the Grid".