Daria Dorosh uses a mixed-media language of sculpture, textiles, and digital photography to reflect on the social construct surrounding the body and how it manifests itself in art, feminism and technology. She is an artist, educator, and a researcher with SMARTlab, University College Dublin. In 2007 she completed her PhD thesis, Patterning: The Informatics of Art and Fashion, which posits two sets of binary patterns that link art, fashion, and digital culture. She taught fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NY, from 1969 -2014 and fine art at Parsons School of Design, NY, from 1976-1985. She is a co-founder and current artist member of A.I.R. Gallery, NY. (1972). Her work has been exhibited in 22 solo shows since that time. Ms. Dorosh lives and works in New York City and upstate NY.