Renee Carmichael is a researcher, writer, and artist. She is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Art Theory at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero in Argentina. Her thesis research focuses on the aesthetics of contemporary dance and code (algorithm), exploring a relationship between the formal and the feeling. She has a master’s degree in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice from Goldsmiths College in London, has previously worked as a researcher in the Hybrid Publishing Lab at Leuphana University in Germany and is founder of the experimental publishing project Flee Immediately!. Her research, writing and artworks often bring together poetic and interdisciplinary ideas that explore the boundaries between theory and practice. She has written and produced work around themes such as choreographies for hire sold on eBay; masks, carrots and the web browser; The Dance Epidemic of 1518; the website’s relationship to print; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and technology; singing IBM anthems and code; breathing in the time of social media; machine learning in dance and code; and offline coded scrolling dances. Her texts have been published internationally in both academic and artistic publications including #exstrange: a curatorial intervention on eBay (Michigan University Publishing), Perífrasis Journal, Unlikely Journal, Sync.io, among others.