Atteqa Malik is a freelance digital artist and scholar from Pakistan who studies the changes that arise in the human condition as old values meet new technology. She received an MA in Media Studies from the New School University, New York. Her most recent papers are "Memories through Multimedia_Documenting our Lives" for "TheWork of Stories" conference at MIT, Cambridge in May 2005 and "Creating Images for Child Development Work" at the Participatory Design conference held at the University of Toronto in July 2004.Atteqa's graphic piece called "Eyes glued to the screen but missing the real picture" was selected in June 2005 for the II INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT OF DIGITAL ART ORILLA#05, Santa Fe, Argentina. She is currently working to realize a prize-winning proposal for digital storytelling of Intangible Heritage, recognized by Nabi Art Center, Korea in October 2004. Title of the project is "Diary of a Pakistani Vegetable Cart".