Faculty of Communication, Art + Technology Profiles: 2023

Meet More Students in Communication, Art + Technology


  • January 05, 2023

    January 05, 2023

    Josephine is a School for the Contemporary Arts doctoral student as well as an SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship recipient. Josephine uses various artistic mediums to propose new ways of how more equitable and symbiotic futures can be created.

  • January 05, 2023

    January 05, 2023

    Maria is a master's student in the School of Communication and a recipient of the SSHRC-CGS Master's Scholarship. Additionally, Maria is a teaching assistant and graduate caucus secretary in the School of Communication as well as an associate editor for Stream, SFU's interdisciplinary communications journal.

  • January 05, 2023

    January 05, 2023

    Amy is a PhD student in the School of Communication and a recipient of the SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship. Amy's current research focuses on how museums and exhibitions about climate change help people to understand what the future will look like.

  • March 09, 2023

    March 09, 2023

    Irfan is an interdisciplinary artist pursuing his Master of Fine Arts, and a Colin McPhee Graduate Scholarship Award recipient. Irfan explores the intersection of technology and performance with electronic instruments, feedback systems, and more.

  • June 01, 2023

    June 01, 2023

    Dr. Suk Kyoung Choi completed her PhD in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology where she used artificial intelligence to examine the displacement of embodiment by technology and the implications of that displacement for the development of human-centered AI.

  • June 26, 2023

    June 26, 2023

    Ghazal is an MFA student Interdisciplinary Arts working with virtual and augmented reality to reflect on some personal and existential subject matters. (Graduate fellowship award and the Research and Travel award)

  • September 12, 2023

    September 12, 2023

    Brett is a doctoral student in the School of Interactive Art & Technology and his research looks at how documentarians can use artificial intelligence within their work to help others build critical literacy around artificial intelligence. (Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship)