Kristen Gallerneaux


  • Kristen Gallerneaux


Author Biography

Kristen Gallerneaux

Kristen Gallerneaux, MFA/PhD is an artist, curator, and sonic researcher. She has published on topics as diverse as mathematics in midcentury design, the visual history of telepathy research, the world’s first mouse pad, and car audio bass battles in Miami. Her recently published monograph, High Static, Dead Lines: Sonic Spectres & the Object Hereafter is available via Strange Attractor and MIT Press. Gallerneaux has most recently appeared as a speaker at Unsound Krakow, Moogfest, and Pop Kultur festivals and has written for the Barbican Center, ARTnews, and the Quietus. She is also Curator of Communications and Information Technology at the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, Michigan, where she continues to build upon one of the largest historic technology collections in North America. She is the recipient of a prestigious Kresge Artist Fellowship (2019) from the Kresge Foundation in Michigan.




How to Cite

Gallerneaux, . K. (2021). Kristen Gallerneaux. Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies, 12(1), 35–37.