Cassandra Hradil is an artist, designer, and scholar who balances the critical with the creative. Her research interests include affective & embodied data, decolonial mapping & data visualization, and electronic literatures. She enjoys teaching, and especially loves finding practical and creative ways to make data and computation more approachable, while also digging into the histories, materialities, and subjectivities that shape our computational experiences. Cassandra holds an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design. She has been a collaborator within the Immersive Reality Lab for the Humanities since 2016, and currently works as a digital humanities specialist at Penn Libraries and the Price Lab for Digital Humanities.