Madeleine Gallagher is an interdisciplinary artist and designer. Her practice embraces a wide variety of mediums, including traditional object making, photography, time-based media, and performance in order to investigate cultural phenomena related to technology.
Madeleine brings a variety of experience to her role of providing technical instruction and support to students at MIT. This includes her previous work as a designer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, exhibition coordinator for MICA, Visiting Assistant Professor in Film/Video at the Massachusetts College of Art and Teaching Fellow in the Design Media Arts Department at UCLA.
Madeleine has an MFA in Design Media Arts from the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA), a MFA in Studio Art, and a BFA in General Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition, she has pursued post-graduate studies in Performance Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College in New York.