Jordan Noyes is a recent graduate of Duke University where she completed her Master of Arts program in Digital Art History/Computational Media. Her research is based in subversive art, ephemera, digital technologies (particularly those that can be used to "archive" ephemera), archives, memory, and space. Her thesis, Archiving Ephemerality: Digitizing the Berlin Wall, explored the affordances of network diagrams, story mapping, and 3D reconstruction as archives/exhibition spaces for graffiti art.
She is currently an Instructional Designer for the Virtual Learning Academy Charter school in Exeter, NH. In this role she maintains online course content and works to make accessibility a top priority.