Yasmine Boudiaf

  Yasmine is a creative technologist and an artistic researcher. For years she has developed technological interventions that challenge social perceptions and foster new relationships between humans and technology. Her projects involve rigorous research and manifest across different mediums, including VR, robotics, performance, code and

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Pete Jiadong Qiang

  Pete Jiadong Qiang is currently a PhD candidate in arts and computational technology at Goldsmiths and trained in architecture at Architectural Association School of Architecture. Pete’s work focuses on the specific investigation of the bridges and interstices between pictorial, architectural and game spaces. Pete’s

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Alice Stevens

  Alice is currently undertaking a PhD within i-DAT and the Sustainable Earth Institute at the University of Plymouth. She is also a senior lecturer at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) an RSA fellow and External Examiner at London College of Communication. Her research centres around Design for Good. In

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Teodora Sinziana Fartan

  Teodora Sinziana Fartan is an Associate Lecturer in Creative Computing at the University of Plymouth. Her teaching focuses on the use of human-computer interaction technologies for artistic expression. She is currently teaching a module in Advanced Creative Coding and has co-taught on a Realtime

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Dr. Helen V. Pritchard

  Dr. Helen V. Pritchard is an associate professor in queer feminist technoscience & digital design at i-DAT, and the programme lead for MRes Digital Art and Technology. Helen’s work considers the impacts of computation on social and environmental justice and how these impacts configure the possibilities for

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Liz Coulter-Smith

Liz is an artist, researcher and creative coder working at the intersection of art, aesthetics, and machine learning (ML). She is currently exploring generative imagery and ML aesthetics through plastic experimentation with code and data. Her approach is broadly situated within the field of computational

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Loren Britton

  Loren Britton is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher tuning with practices of Critical Pedagogy, Trans*FeministTechnoScience and Disability Justice. Playing with the queer potential of undoing norms they practice joyful accountability to matters of anti-racism, collaboration, Black Feminisms, instability, Trans*Feminisms and transformation. With Isabel Paehr

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Hedy Hurban

Hedy Hurban is a designer of costumes and a composer of electronic/electroacoustic music. She is currently working towards her PhD at University of Plymouth where she is designing wearable technology body instruments to be used in new performance practices. Her interest in interlacing sonic and

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Musaab Garghouti

Lecturer in 3D Visualisation, Immersion and Simulation. I am a 3D generalist, animator, video editor and motion graphics artist with 20 years of industry experience creating 3D and video content for all media formats, across multiple platforms.  Before moving to academia, I had worked on integrated

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James Sweeting

James Sweeting is the Programme Leader for MA Game Design in i-DAT and a lecturer in Game Studies. James is also a PhD Researcher with Transtechnology Research focusing on the implications of nostalgia upon the videogames medium and industry. With research interests including videogame industrial

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