Helen Pritchard is an artist and researcher whose work is interdisciplinary and brings together the fields of Computational Aesthetics, Software Studies, Geography and Material Feminisms.
Her practice is both one of writing and making and these two modes mutually inform each other in order to consider the impact of computational regimes. Central to her work is the consideration of the material and affective structures of computation and the entanglement of nonhuman animals with ubiquitous computing. Her practice sometimes emerges as workshops, collaborative events and computational art. She is a PhD candidate in Geography at Queen Mary University of London and a researcher in the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. This research was supported by the RCUK Grant EP/G037582/1.