Constanza is an art historian living in New York City. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Cornell University, studying the intersections of art, theory, and technology. Her dissertation titled, Embodied Digital Dissent: Coopting Technologies in Art, 1990-present, engages with how artists responded to different technological advancements of biotechnology, the internet, surveillance, and artificial intelligence, and with how artists found and continue to find moments of resistance against the capitalist logic of extraction found within these that discriminate against minority groups. Of importance to her is how artists think of creative, ethical and alternative modes of art-making alongside technology. Constanza has presented papers internationally on the topics of art and technology. She received her Bachelors in Fine Arts and Philosophy at the University of Waterloo and her Masters in Art History at the University of Guelph in Canada.