is an artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland and has worked with the web and interactive media since the mid 90’s, creating projects that examine how we negotiate, identify and interpret transitions between real and virtual space.
She has taken part in numerous residency programmes and worked with a range of international organisations to create projects including: c3; New Media Scotland; LUTCHI Research Centre; Akiyoshidai International Art Village. From 2000 – 2001 she was the John Florent Stone Fellow at Edinburgh College of Art and in 2002 worked in Switzerland for six months as part of the iaab – International Residency Exchange Programme Basel.
Her work has been exhibited in the UK, Europe, North America and Japan. Recent shows include; “Virtual Incarnations”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London; “Mediarama”, Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art, Seville; “INTERSTANDING 4 – end repeat”, The Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn. She is currently Postgraduate Co-ordinator for the M.Des in Visual Communication at Edinburgh College of Art and Leverhulme Artist-in-Residence at the Edinburgh Virtual Environment Centre (EdVEC) at the University of Edinburgh.
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