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Helen V. Pritchard

Dr. Helen V. Pritchard is an associate professor in queer feminist technoscience & digital design at i-DAT, University of Plymouth, where they are also the programme lead for MRes Digital Art and Technology. As a practitioner they work together with others to make propositions and designs for computing otherwise––developing methods to uphold a politics of queer survival. They are a co-organiser with The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (TITiPi) and collaborate on the creative research projects The Underground Division and Regenerative Energy Communities. Helen was previously the head of Digital Art Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London and is the co-editor of DataBrowser 06: Executing Practices (2018) and Science,Technology and Human Values: Sensors and Sensing Practices (2019). As an artist and academic Helen has given keynotes, public talks and has shown work internationally including MACBA (ESP), Hangar (ESP), FACT (UK), Furtherfield (UK), Tetem (NL), Sonic Acts (NL), Tate Exchange (UK), transmediale (Germany), DA Fest International festival of Digital Art (Bulgaria), Spacex Gallery (UK), Microwave Festival (Hong Kong), ACA Florida, (USA), transmodern festival (USA), Arnolfini Online (UK), Foto Colectania (ESP), Constant (BE), ACM SIGGRAPH (USA), ALT-CPH (DEN), NEoN Digital Arts Festival  (UK).  Helen received her PhD from Queen Mary University of London.

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