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Megan May Daalder was raised in Los Angeles by two Dutch parents; a futurist-filmmaker father and a Jungian psychologist-artist mother. Her video, performance, and documentary work explores the emotional impact of technological change, pokes at insidious power structures, and playfully imagines alternate social arrangements. She has spoken at TEDx Gabriola Island and won the People’s Choice award at the Entertainment Software and Cognitive Neurotherapeutics Society for her installation The Mirrorbox. This installation was also studied as a “novel tool for modulating self-other perception” at the USC Brain and Creativity Institute, in collaboration with neuroscientist Sook-Lei Lieu.