Evelyn Eastmond is a Venezuelan-born artist and researcher exploring the psychology of trauma through sculpture, performance and new media. She has been adjunct faculty in Digital+Media at RISD where she also received her MFA. She received MEng and BS degrees in Computer Science at MIT, where she helped develop open source frameworks for creative computation including Scratch, DesignBlocks and p5.js. She is currently at eleVR in the Human Advancement Research Community at YCR, researching embodied artistic experiences in virtual reality. Her work has been exhibited in Boston and Providence, and the coding frameworks she has contributed to are used globally and have appeared in the New York Times, BBC, Fast Company and Wired Magazine.