Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe’s work primarily focuses on data politics, surveillance, privacy violations and embodiment/intimacy (especially queer intimacy) in the post-smartphone age. They have shown/performed at various galleries/institutions, internationally and domestically, including Flux Factory (Queens, NY) EFA Project Space (NY, NY). Boston Center for the Arts, and Colecciondm Collection (Buenos Aires). Rory assistant-directed/curated contemporary art gallery, T+H Gallery, during its tenure in Boston (2015-17), and then founded/directed an experimental domestic gallery Space One Two One (SOTO) from 2017 to 2019, which focused on showing work by underrepresented artists, providing solo shows to these artists with the aim of uplifting their work. In 2019, they completed an Artist-In-Residency at Flux Factory (Queens, NY). Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe recently moved to Boulder, Colorado where they are currently a second-year PhD student in Media Studies, working on multimodal research.