Alex Dodge (b.1977) is an American artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Dodge’s work in painting, print, and sculpture has consistently explored the promise of technology as it interacts with and redefines the human body. His painted images are generated using a range of virtual systems and traditional tools, but ultimately rendered in thick layers of oil paint using laser-cut stencils. Other works involve stamped relief block printing, screenprinting with tactile braille ink, and traditional Ukiyo-e cut block printing. Working across mediums and often with imagery laden with textile patterns, his work implies that technology transcends cultural contexts.