Neta Bomani is an abolitionist, learner and educator who is interested in parsing information and histories while making things by hand with human and non-human computers.
Bomani’s work combines archives, oral histories, computation, social practices, printmaking, paper engineering, zine making and workshops to create do it yourself artifacts.
Bomani received a graduate degree in Interactive Telecommunications from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. They are currently an Instructor in the Collaborative Arts Department at New York University.
Bomani is also a co-director of the School for Poetic Computation. They have studied under Mariame Kaba, American Artist, Simone Browne, Ruha Benjamin, Fred Moten, and many others who inform their work.