Elí Joteva is a Bulgarian born visual artist and researcher working at the intersection of fine arts and science through the use of new imaging tools and biofeedback technologies. With a practice rooted in photography and new media, her work often aims to to expand the intangible experience of the human and non-human body. The core of her current research explores biological and technological memory systems in relationship to imaging processes of the past and future. Joteva earned a BA in Fine Arts from USC Roski in 2013, an MFA from UCLA Design | Media Arts in 2018 and attended the New Normal post-grad research program at Strelka in 2019. She has exhibited solo shows in North America, Europe and Australia.