The Guardian features work of Faculty Member Stephanie Dinkins

John Berger, whose 1972 series Ways of Seeing uncovered the political and social systems that shape art. Photograph: Jeremy Grayson/BBC

The Guardian has recently featured the work of Art Department Faculty Member Stephanie Dinkins in their report on the impact of John Berger in the article “New Ways of Seeing: can John Berger’s classic decode our baffling digital age?” In the text, they write:

“A close look at technology today shows that those prejudices have not gone away; instead they’ve been programmed into today’s seeing machines. Among others, we hear from Stephanie Dinkins, an artist building her own artificial intelligence from the stories of generations of women of colour to counter the prevailing biases of recruitment and sentencing systems.”