Nora N. Khan is a writer of criticism. She is on the faculty of Rhode Island School of Design, Digital + Media, teaching critical theory, artistic research, writing for artists and designers, and technological criticism. She has two books forthcoming this year: The Artificial and the Real, published by Art Metropole, and a book on the impact of AI Art on art criticism, published by Lund Humphries. Khan publishes regularly in periodicals such as Art in America, 4Columns, and Rhizome. Her research and writing practice extends to a large range of artistic collaborations, which include librettos, performances, and exhibition essays, scripts, and a tiny house. Khan is also a frequent speaker and guest critic around the world and has been a distinguished critic at the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and Carnegie Mellon, School of Art.