Nina Lutz

Poetic Justice
  • Research Assistant

Nina M. Lutz is currently a graduate student at the Media Lab. She holds a B.Sc in Computer Science and Design from MIT. 

Where many computer scientists want to make computers think more like people, Lutz aims to use computers to remind us to think of other people. Especially people who may not look like us. Lutz's methods in doing this reconsider the design and technology choices around exploration of human identity through technology.

Lutz considers her work a love letter between computer science and art  She leverages computational and artistic methods in the form of interactive experiences and creative technologies that are empowering and imaginative. 

As a first generation college student, she is passionate about combating inequities in STEAM and academia. Lutz welcomes emails from students and mentees about research and education both in and out of the design and computation space.

Below are some of her projects and projects she has been part of at the lab.

Nina M. Lutz is currently a graduate student at the Media Lab. She holds a B.Sc in Computer Science and Design from MIT. 

Where many computer scientists want to make computers think more like people, Lutz aims to use computers to remind us to think of other people. Especially people who may not look like us. Lutz's methods in doing this reconsider the design and technology choices around exploration of human identity through technology.

Lutz considers her work a love letter between computer science and art  She leverages computational and artistic methods in the form of interactive experiences and creative technologies that are empowering and imaginative. 

As a first generation college student, she is passionate about combating inequities in STEAM and academia. Lutz welcomes emails from students and mentees about research and education both in and out of the design and computation space.

Below are some of her projects and projects she has been part of at the lab.