Jarah Moesch is an experimental artist-scholar who explores (computer) code, networks, and protocols through a queer analytic to re-think issues of power and control within designed systems.
Jarah’s artwork revolves around concepts of performance and gender-fluidities in everyday life through the intersections of power and ritual in public spaces. Jarah’s artwork has been shown internationally.
Jarah holds an MFA in Integrated Media Art from Hunter College, and is currently a doctoral student in American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. Jarah is also a program coordinator for Digital Cultures and Creativity, a 2 year living-learning program in the Honors College at UMD.