Corinna Kirsch is a historian of post-war and contemporary art and design focused on conceptual and intermedia practices of the 1960s and ’70s and their afterlives in present-day forms of digital media. She holds a PhD in Art History from Stony Brook University, where she completed a dissertation on the conceptual artist Les Levine and how communications media helped shape art’s engagement with socio-political concerns around 1970. Her writing has appeared in both popular and academic publications ranging from VICE to the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. As the O’Brien Curatorial Fellow, she curated exhibitions for the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota. She is also a recipient of the C Magazine New Critics Award.