Chia Amisola (b. 2000) is an internet & ambient artist from the Philippines devoted to the internet's love, loss, labor, and liberation. Through websites, tools, gatherings, and performances, their (web)site-specific practice posits creation as synonymous with liberation. Their internet ambient weaves the internet's ecologies in its territory, infrastructure, and intimacies.

They are the Organizer of Developh, a critical technology institute based in the Philippines they founded in 2016, and stewards the Philippine Internet Archive, stewarding Philippine networking cultures. They graduated with a BA in Computing & the Arts with distinction from Yale University in 2022, receiving the Sudler Prize for the creative arts. They currently are a NEW INC Art & Code member, were a Fellow of the Processing Foundation, resident at Gray Area (US), Yale Center for Collaborative Arts & Media, and the Internet Archive's DWeb Camp. They have spoken internationally at the Grace Hopper Celebration (US), Causal Islands, UX+ (Philippines), Naive Yearly (Denmark) have been internationally exhibited at /rosa (Germany) and Now Play This (UK), performed at CultureHub (NYC), (Germany), and 98B (Philippines), recently published in Runway Journal (AUS),Runway Journal (AUS), The HTML Review, and Rappler and have been featured in El País, Frieze, and The New Yorker.

In form of websites, hypertext, performance, installations, games, archives, & tool, their work posits self-preservation as communal preservation, creation as synonymous with liberation, and identity as a source of infrastructure-building. With practice dating back to 2006, including writing & software (such as gamemaking tools as games), digital intimacy (, placemaking & territories (their manifesto,, on domain naming), religion & ritual (Visita), folk archival (Philippine Internet Archive), teaching & organizing (including pro-bono organizing 100+ events across 7+ years of programming with Developh), artifacts & performances (the performance of the browser, the browser as performance), amongst others.

( Simply, I dream of gathering all the people I love in one place, and build an internet that might be that place. )