WHO?

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Reechal Mevada studied a graduate architecture program that mined science fiction to imagine California’s futures at the University of California - Berkeley. Her research ‘Prison for Artificial Intelligence’ was an instrumental speculation on the ethics of technology, published in 'Science Fiction And The Future Of California's Ecology: Studio One 2018-2019'  

https://www.amazon.com/Science-Fiction-Future-Californias-Ecology/dp/0578597691

Her work 'Poems with AI' was recently exhibited at the Starta Arta Gallery in Flatiron district, NYC:

https://www.startaarta.com/pop-up-vol-1

A formally trained architect, Reechal takes particular interest in creating intuitive and visually engaging products, interfaces and communications. She recently won the People's Choice Award for designing a Prison for Cyber-crime located in the Hague, the Netherlands.

While she works in a design office in Manhattan, NYC on weekdays, she's often spotted exploring and documenting fiction and technology in art, film and design trying to connect like-minded Earthlings.

She's also the creative writer for Labocine - a platform by Imagine Science Films, NYC that covers feature films created by scientists in collaboration with artists or AI. 

No, I didn’t mean you, Siri! I was talking to my blog. Wait! Don’t do that, not a computer block, not the lights! Stop!

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