Teresa Dillon is an artist, researcher and Professor of City Futures, at the College of Arts, Technology and Engineering, UWE. Her works focuses on techno-civic relations, infrastructures and contemporary urbanism, with a focus on repair cultures, conversational formats for equitable city futures, media, sonic and surveillance histories and ritual practices in post-human law.
Since 2013, she has directed Urban Hosts and was led curator for HACK-THE-CITY (2012), Science Gallery, Dublin and co-curator for transmediale – festival for art, media and culture, Berlin (2016). Her work has been exhibited internationally (HWK Berlin; Kiasma, Helsinki; Aksioma, Ljubljana; LABoral, Spain, LUAN and Solstice Art Centre, Ireland), with her writing appearing in a number of academic and art journals, books and publications.
Image credit: transmediale