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POP CULTURE Hacker


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POP CULTURE Hacker


ABOUT

Elisa Kreisinger is a Brooklyn-based video artist hacking pop culture. She is currently the Creative Director of Video at Upworthy and a Women in Technology Fellow at NYU School of Engineering.

Elisa speaks around the world about the power of creating a more thoughtful and inclusive popular culture. Her videos garner hundreds of thousands of views and have been featured in the NY Times, Ad Week, BuzzFeed, Mashable, Jezebel, TIME and NY Magazine

Elisa’s 2012 US Copyright Office testimony helped win crucial exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, allowing online video to flourish across social platforms. Her interview with BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti about the power of identity-based viral video is published in The Future of Now. She is a contributor to The Book of Jezebel and The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies. 

Her latest project is #TweetsGirlsGet, a twitter bot that responds to misogynistic hate tweet with feminist pop song lyrics. 

 
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Videos


MAKING HIGHLY-SHAREABLE VIDEOS FOR WOMEN (AND CRITICALLY THINKING MEN).

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Videos


MAKING HIGHLY-SHAREABLE VIDEOS FOR WOMEN (AND CRITICALLY THINKING MEN).

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SPEAKING


KEYNOTES AND TALKS ON THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL VIDEO

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SPEAKING


KEYNOTES AND TALKS ON THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL VIDEO

2014

 

2011

  • Matrilineage Symposium: The Committee on Women & Art, Syracuse University

2013

 

2010

  • Sheffield DocFest
  • Deutschen Kinemathek, Berlin
  • SxSW Film + Interactive
  • University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts

2012 

  • MIP CUBE, Cannes, France
  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies 
  • SxSW Interactive

 

2009

  • MIT, Graduate Colloquium