Maryum Muliaee
Critical Media Practices

Maryam Muliaee is a media artist-scholar and currently a post-doctoral associate in the Department of Critical Media Practices and Intermedia Art, Writing and Performance at the University of Colorado Boulder. She holds a PhD in Media Study (a practice-based research program at the University at Buffalo) that combines media art creations with theoretical investigations. Maryam’s work is multidisciplinary ranging from video installation, mobile/locative media, experimental animation and documentary film.

Maryam is the co-founding editor of MAST (The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory), a peer-reviewed journal published by the University at Buffalo. She was the recipient of the advanced PhD Dissertation Fellowship Award from the UB Gender Institute (2019-2020) for her doctoral project “Feminist Media Archaeology in Artistic Practice,” and has published her research in peer-reviewed journals and books in the contexts of media archaeology and noncommunication aesthetics in media art. Maryam is the art director of Buffalo Documentary Project which explores the oral history of Buffalo and WNY through filmmaking beyond mainstream narratives. Her recent animation, The Price of Oil (2019) has received awards in international juried film festivals including FIVA Video Art Festival in Buenos Aires, and “The Unforeseen” Experimental Film Festival in Belgrade.