Sarah Rosalena is an interdisciplinary artist currently based in Los Angeles. Her work deconstructs technology with material and indigenous interventions that weave configurations of meanings, matters, time, and place. Hybrids function between human/nonhuman, ancient/modern, handmade/autonomous to reauthorize power in materialism.  Her material processes employ machine learning, robotics, creative code, ceramics, textile, digital fabrication, and aerospace technologies to deprogram industries of colonialism. They function between binaries, allowing for new opportunities in matter and digital futures on Earth and Space.  She is the Assistant Professor of Art at the University of California Santa Barbara in Computational Craft and Haptic Media. Her research focuses on indigenous scholarship in STEAM as multiracial First Nations and Xicanx (Laguna Pueblo and Huichol). She was recently given the LACMA Art + Tech Lab Grant and the Steve Wilson Award from Leonardo, the International Society for Art, Sciences, and Technology. Rosalena holds an MFA from the University of California Los Angeles in Design Media Arts. Works have been shown at the deYoung Museum, Ars Electronica, Navel LA, California Nanosystems Institute,  Gray Area Art and Technology, Centro de Cultura Digital (MX), and SOMArts Cultural Center.