Helen Pritchard is the head of BSc Digital Arts Computing and a lecturer in Computational and Digital Arts. As an artist and geographer Helen’s interdisciplinary work brings together the fields of Computational Aesthetics, Geography, Design and Feminist TechnoScience.

She is the co-editor of Data Browser 06: Executing Practices, published by Autonomedia. NY (2017). Since 2013 Helen has been a member of the European Research Council funded project Citizen Sense. Where in collaboration they have developed ground breaking and internationally recognised participatory research on sensing practices. As an artist, Helen has shown work internationally and previously held associate lectureships in Art, Technology and Science at The School of Creative Media, City University, Hong Kong; Fine Art, Plymouth University; and Fine Art and Writing, at Dartington College of Arts.

As a researcher Helen is a member of the international research groups Critical Software Thing, Kurator and CISP.