Isohale is the creative practice of Catherine Griffiths, an artist and researcher exploring algorithmic aesthetics and critical code in the context of machine learning ethics. She is currently a PhD candidate in the Interdisciplinary Media Arts + Practice division of USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles. By creating simulations, short films, and software applications, her hybrid practice-theory-based research attempts to make palpable invisible computational forces that shape power and social dynamics. Drawing on the legacy of generative art, the recent rise in artificial intelligence, and critical theory, she seeks to contribute to an emerging arts knowledge.

Upcoming exhibitions include Neurones: Simulated Intelligences at Centre Pompidou, Paris, and Discrete Familiars at Fort Worth Arts Center, Texas. Recent presentations include Art Machines: International Symposium on Computational Media Art, Hong Kong, and xCoAx 2019: Conference on Computation, Communication, and Aesthetics, Milan.

She has a BA in Fine Art from the University of the Arts London and an MArch in Architectural Design from The Bartlett, University College London.