Alinta Krauth is a multidisciplinary new media artist and researcher of digital humanities and technology. Her focuses include projection art, interactive art, and electronic literature, and the inherent connections between these fields. She is interested in art’s social relevance and how it may be applied to highlight socio-political and environmental injustices, particularly with regards to climate change and environmental disruption. Her academic, literary, creative, and hybrid works have been exhibited and published globally. Most notably, her research and practice on interactive controllers for projection-mapped objects and pseudo-holographic projection, interactive screen-based public experiences, and the connection between gravity and proprioception in music listening.