writer, filmmaker, producer


ALYSSA LOH is a writer and filmmaker based in New York.

Her essays on technology, surveillance, and visual culture have appeared in ARTFORUM, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and The American Reader. She sits on the Editorial Board of the history journal Lapham’s Quarterly, and is associated with the collective known as the Friends of Attention. She is currently an MFA candidate at NYU Graduate Film. 

She is a 2021 Sundance Screenwriters Lab Fellow and the 2021 Sundance Institute | Alfred P. Sloan Development Fellow.

She co-created the film series Twelve Theses on Attention, which premiered at the Glasgow Biennial in June 2021. The text, alongside stills from the films, will be published by Princeton University Press this spring.

Alyssa holds an MBA from NYU Stern and a BA from Princeton, where she was awarded the Ward Mathis Prize for best short story.