ERIN STOUT is a Ph.D. candidate writing on the postwar avant-garde in the United States, with an interest in expanded art practices, the theatrical in art, and immersive environments. Her dissertation, “You, Me, We: The Techno-social Work of Tony Martin, 1960-70,” is the first full-length study to address Martin’s role in the emerging genre of New Media in the 1960s. Her research considers intermedia practices as an alternative way of understanding modernism by examining the modes of observation audiovisual electronic technologies launched during the postwar period. Erin received her BA in francophone literature from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington and an MA in Art History from Brooklyn College, CUNY. She was a 2016 recipient of the Stony Brook Foundation’s Goldberger Fellowship and currently teaches at California State University in Long Beach.