New York-based artist Andrea Crespo makes work, often existing primarily online, which interlocks themes of desire, digitality, and self-making, particularly as they orbit and become amongst neurodivergent and teratological bodies. Much of Crespo’s production has centered around pairs of dicephalic twins. In one piece, where they are named Cynthia and Celinde, Crespo sourced the manga-like figures from DeviantArt, a user-made art website. As channels of feeling flow between distinct technological platforms and attach in the midst of various sex and gender embodiments, the posthuman self in Crespo’s work manifests always through difference and multiplicity. Their work was included in The Kitchen’s 2016 group exhibition “From Minimalism into Algorithm,” and they participated in a panel discussion as part of The Kitchen’s L.A.B. series. For more information, please see: