Hannah Scott

Research Manager

Hannah Scott is a researcher, writer, and architect of creative collaborations. In her role as Research Manager at Gray Area, she is developing programs that bring together diverse collectives of practitioners to develop new prototypes, ideas, and experiences that make critical interventions in social and technological issues. This work is informed by her research practice, which focuses on how artists have engaged with and helped shape the rise of computing. This work has found outlets in her Stanford University honors thesis on the 1960s environmental art group Pulsa and in her stewardship of media theorist Gene Youngblood’s archive. Recently, Hannah has also led research projects for Transformations of the Human (ToftH) and managed exhibitions for Ars Electronica Festival 2023.