Grisha Coleman is a time-based artist working in performance, experiential technology, and sound composition. She is an Associate Professor of Movement, Computation and Digital Media in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University. Her practice and research explore relationships among our physiological, technological and ecological systems. Her art and scholarly work echo::system is a springboard for re-imagining the environment, environmental change, and environmental justice through assembled dance, sound/visual media, and computation. Her current project, The Movement Undercommons, builds a repository of movement data-as-vernacular lexicon, centered around identity and embodied cultural experience.