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Mindy Seu is a designer at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and researcher at metaLAB whose work focuses on public engagement with digital archives. At the Berkman Klein Center, she will research the use and regulation of these online spaces, the social implications of interfaces, and alternative methods of distribution.

As a 2018 Summer Fellow at the Internet Archive, she co-organized the Arts Track of the Decentralized Web Summit. Formerly she was a designer on the Interactive Media team at the studio 2x4 and the Museum of Modern Art’s in-house design studio. Seu was a lecturer for Interactive 2 at California College of the Arts in San Francisco and has held workshops and guest critiques at Yale School of Art, RISD, Parsons, Internet Archive, Berkeley Art Museum, and A-B-Z-TXT. She holds a B.A. in Design Media Arts from University of California, Los Angeles.



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Mindy Seu talks about pursuing independent projects, the internet’s other histories and futures, archives, and spreadsheets with Frontier.

May 11, 2020

Berkman Klein team launches Moral Labyrinth website

Moral Labyrinth is an art installation, workshop, and website inspired by the Value Alignment Problem in AI

Jun 27, 2019