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    Research Interests

    I am Associate Professor of Immersive Media, and also lead a research theme of AI and Algorithmic Cultures at the Centre for Postdigital Cultures. My research, situated between art, design and technology, draws from natural and computational systems, which I explore through both theory and practice. This includes AI, computational and systems thinking, pervasive technologies, and physical computing. These are investigated through programming of software, exhibitions, events and performances, as well as academic and creative writing, combining my background in anthropology and technology.


    Before joining Coventry I launched and ran the Information Experience Design MA programme at the Royal College of Art in London from 2012-2019, and the Information Environments MRes programme at University of the Arts London in 2011-2012. I was a researcher at London Knowledge Lab from 2004-2010, and I have maintained an active artistic practice since 2000, these days working mainly in sound, drawing, digital art and curation.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Museums and Technology, Doctorate, University of London

    Award Date: 26 Oct 2010

    Interactive Telecommunications, MA, New York University

    Award Date: 1 Jan 1996

    Anthropology/Mass Communications, Degree, University of California, Berkeley

    Award Date: 16 Jun 1992


    • GN Anthropology
    • NA Architecture
    • immersive media
    • AM Museums (General). Collectors and collecting (General)


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