Nancy Daly is a Washington, D.C. based interdisciplinary artist whose work examines the effects of technological advancement on identity and social behavior and lives offline. By creating interactive machines reminiscent of outdated technology, prints, replicas and sculptures, she address the contradictions present in various technology that are at once ephemeral and entirely permanent. Daly earned an MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and holds a BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Graphic Design from James Madison University. She is an alumni of the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. (2014-2016) and maintains an active studio practice at Stable Arts. In addition to teaching and maintaining an active studio practice, Daly is the co-founder of but, also, an artist-run space in Washington, D.C. dedicated to the sustaining of art practices, in a multitude of forms, through a series of short-term projects.