I am an artist and researcher in the field of digital art and innovation. Central to my work are ideas of co-research, co-production and co-operation. My projects often explore playful practices of computation and queering data through collaborative events and collective activities. Drawing on Performance Art movements such as Fluxus, Software Studies and Open Source methods for soft and hardware.
Currently I am undertaking some research at HighWire as part of the 'Environmental Virtual Observatory' project exploring the material practice of the animal in creation of data. Looking at how natural and animal geographies and temporalities might help us rethink 'co-creation' and explore collaborative interventions to actively re-imagine the environmental database.
I have shown work internationally including DA Fest International festival of Digtal Art, (Bulgaria), Spacex (UK), Sonic Peripheries (Bremen) Transmodern Festival Baltimore, (USA), Teak (Fin), UKS Oslo, (N), RKS Stavanger (N), Conical Gallery (Aus), ACA Florida, (USA) and National Review of Live Art (UK). I am currently a PhD candidate in the HighWire Doctoral Training Centre at Lancaster University and also an associate lecturer at University of Plymouth where I am a member of the K/AST Art & Social Technologies Research Group.