Britney A. King, Diné (Navajo Nation) & Annishinabe Ne-I-Yah-Wahk (Rocky Boy Montana) is an interdisciplinary digital artist from Churchrock, NM, currently based in Albuquerque, NM, where she is a MFA candidate in the Experimental Art and Technology program.

Her work primarily consists of audio and visual remixes where she employs physical manipulation and sound-reactive techniques as experimental modes of re-envisioning and imagining post-colonial landscapes of identity, gender, and sexuality.

King earned a BA in Art Studio with an emphasis in video and feminist studies and is the recipient of the SITE Scholar honor from SITE Santa Fe. Her work is featured in the permanent exhibition at Meow Wolf’s Convergence Station, located in Denver, CO. She has also exhibited her work with the Hot Wheelz Festival, located in Chicago, IL, Lighten Up Albuquerque Projection Arts Festival with Electric Playhouse, and REZILIENCE Indigenous Arts Experience, which is based in NM.

She is currently teaching Intro to Electronic Art and is an assistant with Intro to Digital Media in the Film and Digital Arts program.