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Mark A. Hernandez Motaghy is an artist and cultural worker based in Boston, MA. Using video, installation, performance, and experimental publishing, they explore feminist and decolonial intersections of technology, informal economies, and social infrastructures.

They are the author of Rehearsing Solidarity: Learning from Mutual Aid, published by Thick Press. The book documents the formation of social and digital infrastructures by two mutual aid groups—Crown Heights Mutual Aid (CHMA) in Brooklyn and Mutual Aid Medford and Somerville (MAMAS) in Boston—during the COVID-19 crisis. Mark's writing has appeared in Thresholds Journal, FLAT Journal, Disc Journal, East City Art, and Paprika!. 

Currently, Mark is a Visiting Lecturer at MassArt and has previously taught at The School for Poetic Computation (SFPC). As a researcher, they have held positions at the Boston Ujima Project and MIT Media Lab. They are the co-founding director and editor of Fortunately, a biannual, post-capitalist lifestyle magazine exploring the intersections of art, culture, and economic democracy. Mark holds an MS from MIT and a BArch from Syracuse University.