Fiona Andreallo is a lecturer in Digital Cultures in the Department of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney. Her research interests focus on visual communication practices with and through technology. Her trans-disciplinary research focuses on the visual beyond sight to include multi-sensory experiences and a socio-cultural politics of visibility. The performance of gender and ideas of agency are central themes throughout her research, with a focus on the everyday that includes popular cultures. She has published on cultural visual practices including selfies and digital memes, social robotic human relationships as well as social media self-representation.