Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo

Solo Exhibitions

2019Codie On Canal, New York, NY

Selected Performances with Codie

2019Live-Coding++, Bard College, Annandale, NY

2019Eulerroom, Access Space, Sheffield

2019Noisebridge, Noisebridge, Berlin

2019Night 1, Int’l Conference on Live Code, Madrid

2018Small Works, (le) Poisson Rouge, New York, NY

2018Performances, Functional Art and Music, St. Louis, MO

2018Algorave V, Performance Space New York, New York, NY

2018Algorave IV, Eyebeam, Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibitions

2020NEoN, Dundee, Scotland (upcoming)

2020[Ge]narrative, Berlin

2020Supernova, Denver, CO

2020SIIDS, Funchal, Portugal

2019Supernova, Denver, CO

2017Re-Coded, Sonar+D, Barcelona, Spain

2016Artificial Retirement, Flux Factory, Queens, NY

2015Re-Coded, Day For Night, Houston, TX

2015Medialounge NYC, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY

2015Art Hack: Deluge, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY


2019 • Institute for Electronic Arts, Alfred University, Alfred, NY


2020 • NEoN/Indeterminacy, Dundee, Scotland

2016 • Halftone Geometries, Electric Objects


Kaplan, Isaac. “The Way We Visualize Big Data Is Broken.” Artsy. Dec. 15, 2016.

Smith, Greg J. “Turning Data Around – OCR Journal #002.” Creative Applications Network. Dec. 16, 2016.

Valley, Lauren. Electric Women. 2017.

Visnjic, Filip. “50 Animations populate SFPC’s re-coded at Day for Night.” Creative Applications Network. June 28, 2016.


“Feedback, Context, and the Cybernetic Qualities of Information.” The Office for Creative Research Journal 002. December 2016.

Selected Speaking Engagements & Workshops

2019With Not About, Eyeo Festival

2019Video Live Code Workshop, Eyeo Festival

2018Kablooie: A History of Errors, JSConfEU

2018Live Code: Undermining Binaries, Making Art, Reclaiming Code, Afrotectopia

2017Adventures in the vDOM, Strangeloop


MS, Integrated Digital Media, NYU

BA, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University