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Amy J. Chen

artist, writer, && programmer studying computer science + art practice @ stanford

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Installation and interactive artist. Shown work in Stanford's Undergraduate Juried Art Exhibit, the Cannon Tunnel in Washington D.C., Frost Music Festival, and the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards' National Exhibit at Parsons in New York, among others. Won national awards in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and the Congressional Art Competition. Won the 8th annual Lucerne Art of Dairy contest.

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Poet in Stanford's Spoken Word Collective, co-editor-in-chief of Leland Quarterly, and occasional contributor to Stanford Arts Review. Won national awards in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards—most notably for a poem composed of derivatives (yes, from calculus)—and was published in The Best Teen Writing of 2012. Former student columnist for the Lake Oswego Review. Has been involved in literary magazines since 2010.

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C O D E

Former intern at Acxiom Labs as well as Stanford's IxD research group. Programmed for 3DR drones in human-drone interaction research, Pebble smartwatches (rip) in a watchface project (VIBES), and has experience in graphics, webapps, and a little bit of AI and game design from classwork. Currently working on this website right here, websites from groups on campus, as well as an independent iOS project.

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