Angela Ferraiolo


Angela Ferraiolo is a writer and filmmaker who is exploring how computational and procedural practices might affect the traditions of literature and art cinema. Professionally she has worked at H20

Productions, Westwood Studios, and Electronic Arts. Her plays have been produced at Expanded Arts and La Mama Galleria in New York, and at the Brick Playhouse in Philadelphia. Her generative videos have screened at the Australian International Experimental Film Festival, Melbourne, Views from the Avant-Garde at the New York Film Festival,

and the Collectif Jeune Cinema, Paris. She has an MFA in Media Arts from Hunter College in New York, an MFA in Electronic Writing from Brown University, and is a guest faculty member in the Department of

Visual Arts at Sarah Lawrence College.

“Subway” uses the context free grammars of Daniel Howe's RiTa library to produce generative video montage.


by Angela Ferraiolo

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