Rebecca Uliasz conducts research in time-based media, which supports an artistic practice that incorporates new forms of physical experience mediated by telecommunications systems. She utilizes an interdiscipinary approach to investigate the intersections of live electronic performance, audio and visual processing, machine learning, and phenomenology. Her work engages with contemporary technologies in order to create aesthetic systems that seek to question the relationship between perception, experience, meaning-making, and consciousness. Her work commonly takes the form of interactive installation, time-based performance, A/V noise improv, custom made hardware and software tools, and multi-media collaboration.

Uliasz holds an MFA from Stony Brook University and BFA from the University of Connecticut. She has exhibited her work in a number of institutional and non-traditional venues such as- Centro Cultural Sao Paulo, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, SUNY Stony Brook University, The Center for Excellence in Wireless Information Technology (CEWIT), The Islip Art Museum, Marymount California University, POWRPLANT, Peripheral Forms Gallery, Gallery Protocol, The Wrong Biennial (2017,2015), and Brooklyn Bridge Park. She has performed at a number of festivals, galleries and venues including H0L0, Spectrum, NYC, Gaze Festival at Gallery Protocol, FL, CultureHub NYC, Babycastles, NYC, Radiator Gallery, NYC, and the Velvet Lounge, NY. She is currently a PhD candidate in the department of Computational Media, Arts, and Cutures at Duke University, where she is also a fellow in the John Hope Franklin Humanities Center PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge.