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Rory Gillen is a Canberra based artist and photographer, He was awarded the 2019 Gray Smith and Joan Scott Prize, and is currently completing Honours at the ANU School of Art and Design.

His recent body of work has investigated the frictions between machine learning and socially deterministic development, specifically the aesthetics of Nonhuman Bias and its influence on Automation Biases. He is fascinated by the digital paradigm shift toward the fundamental machine readability of objects, exemplified by the digital image.