xtine burrough (x/x or she/her, USA) engages participatory audiences at the intersection of media art, remix, and digital poetry. burrough values the communicative power of art-making as a vehicle for exploring the boundaries between humans and the technologies they create, embody, and employ. Recently, burrough received a commission for “Data/Set/Match” at the Photographers’ Gallery, London; a microgrant from the Nasher Sculpture Center; and grant funding from the Puffin Foundation West, Humanities Texas, The National Lottery (UK), and California Humanities. A Professor and Area Head in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at UT Dallas, burrough directs LabSynthE, a studio for synthetic and electronic poetry. burrough writes about her practice to archive her work and edits portfolio sections and anthologies. Art as Social Practice: Technologies for Change (burrough/Walgren) presents case studies written by 25 artists/collaborators who use new media practices to raise consciousness, form communities, create change, and bring forth social impact. x has presented works at ISEA, Abandon Normal Devices, Electronic Literature Organization, HASTAC, xCoAx; and in alternative gallery spaces such as the Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art, Mamdouha Bobst Gallery at NYU (NYC), and A Ship in the Woods (CA).