Gabriel Guedes is a media studies scholar addressing the intersection between uses of new moving image technologies and 20th-century film theory. His previous work has looked at how Gilles Deleuze’s concepts of the interval and the affection image could be used to understand the co-functioning of technology and narrative across computer animation, video games, and social media. His research interests include new media, game studies, Latin American studies, and critical race theory. Guedes holds a B.A. in Global Cultural Studies from Duke University.