March - June 2017

Diversity with Code + Art featured a bi-weekly online curation of p5 sketches and interviews from 6 Asian women and gender non-conforming creators, coders, and artists.

Featured March 22 - April 5, 2017

Maya Man

Maya Man (she/her) is an artist, programmer, and dancer. Her work considers the computer screen a space for intimacy and performance, focusing on the phenomenon of translating our offline selves into on-screen content.
Maya spends most of her time making things for the world wide web, dancing in spaces online and off, and maintaining her love/hate relationship with the Internet (mostly love though). She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Computer Science and Media Studies from Pomona College in Claremont, California.

Featured April 5 - April 19, 2017

Xin Xin

Xin Xin's feminist practice is inseparable from their art practices. They co-founded voidLab, an intersectional feminist collective for women, non-binary, gender-nonconforming, trans and queer people to express individual identities through arts and technologies.

Feature April 19 - May 3, 2017

Wendy Tai

Mixed-media artist interested in creating temporal, interactive and performative installations. Her work ranges from quiet, personal introspection to playful, social engagement. She is currently teaching art and continuing her studio practice in Hong Kong.

Feature May 3 - May 17, 2017

Qianqian Ye

Architect / designer / urbanist / creative coder / VRer / cosmologist, with more than 5 years experience working at the intersection of art and technology. With a background in architecture, landscape as well as sociology, she finds it interesting to be a coder who designs and a designer who codes.

Feature May 31 - June 14, 2017

Karen Peng

Software engineer / NYU ITP 2015 Alumnus
Originally from China, Karen followed her passion for art, code and the intersection of the two, to the U.S. to attend NYU ITP. She's dedicated in building webGL for open source project p5.js, and making contributions to the creative coding community. She is currently a software engineer by trade, out of work, she's consistenly involved in data visualization projects, digital arts, and painting.

Featured June 14 - June 28, 2017

Yining Shi

A computational artist, and a researcher at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, who loves to make interactive tools to craft better learning and entertainment experiences for people. Also, an electrical engineer who loves to use design and artistic expression as a means to make projects engaging and creative.

Featured June 28 - July 14, 2017

Naomi Chan

Naomi Chan is an interdisciplinary artists, web designer, and front-end developer. In her practical and conceptual multidisciplinary work that is a mix of design and web, she explores global human injustice, equality, and identity.

Featured March 8- 22, 2017

Chelly Jin + Haolin Fang

Two students studying Design | Media Art at the University of California, Los Angeles, who create art with the interest of incorporating code and activism.