Margot Hanley is a research-based artist living in New York City. Her work interrogates the rapid progression of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity, virtual and augmented reality. She approaches these complex, technical, and often intimidating subjects with relatable themes, such as love, conviviality, and religion, and tends to incorporate elements of play and whimsy.

Margot’s most recent piece- Last Meal Receipts- is currently on display at Mmuseumm in New York City.

In addition to her art practice, Margot is a doctoral candidate at Cornell Tech, where she studies the ethical implications of AI, and in particular brain computer interfaces, on human quality of life.