Clement Valla is an artist working with computer programs whose works reveal the usually hidden processes, mechanisms and biases embedded in everyday algorithmic systems. He has collaborated with a number of artists, architects, designers, scientists and archaeologists, developing novel uses for digital technologies. His work has been exhibited internationally, shown on BBC television, and recently written about in Time Magazine, the Huffington Post, Wired, boingboing, the Guardian, Liberation, and El Pais. He received a BA from Columbia University and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in Digital+Media. He is currently an associate professor of Graphic Design at RISD.
He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY