Ashley Zelinskie is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work blurs the lines between art and technology, fusing various mediums from sculpture to computer programs, while also exploring the relationship between humans and computers through code. Translating familiar objects like cubes and chairs into coded objects that could hypothetically be read by computers, Zelinskie imagines a world that will eventually be devoid of humans and left to devices.
Zelinskie holds a degree in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design. After completing her degree, she began experimenting with the pairing of more traditional artistic mediums with technological mediums. Zelinskie is currently working on a large-scale commission for the Art in Embassies Program (AIEP) for the US Department of State. She has also been a Shapeways resident artist at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New York.