As a transdisciplinary artist, I experiment with interactive technology and traditional handcraft. My practice seeks to disrupt the notion that there is a place for everything and everything is in its place[1]. I draw on media studies and critical theory to reify art in technology. More simply put: if the Medium is the Message[2], what is the Message and how can I reinterpret it?

I studied practice of art and media studies at UC Berkeley and gained an interest in creative applications of technology at the Berkeley Center for New Media. I am currently based in Los Angeles where I make tchotchkes and do digital experiments.


AS220 Modern Movements Festival Presents: Mixed Bill # 1 feat. Ronald Kevin Lewis, Grant Jacoby and Dancers, Ashley Ferro-Murray @ AS220’s Blackbox
2016 | AS220 | Providence, Rhode Island

Making Intermedial Performance: Modern Movements Festival Workshop w/ Ashley Ferro-Murray
2016 | Brown University Ashamu Dance Studio | Providence, Rhode Island

Prototype: Senior Thesis
2015 | Worth Ryder Art Gallery | Berkeley, CA

2014 | Worth Ryder | Berkeley, CA


Benjamin Franklin
Marshall McLuhan