Teresa Dillon

Teresa Dillon

Teresa Dillon is an artist and researcher. Her work focuses on artistic practices within urban spaces and the situated, lived entanglements of techno-civic systems. Recent works include In Your Aerial (2019) a project in which the inheritance and heritage of a community Internet network is established; MTCD - A Visual Anthology of My Machine Life (2018) a solo performance that chronologies the machines in Dillon’s life and AMHARC (2018) a sculptural work on hostile architectures, urban avian wildlife and surveillance. Recent publications include The Art of Sonic Deception (2018), and Liquid Loss: Learning to Mourn Our Companion Species and Landscapes (2019). Since 2013 Dillon has organised and hosted Urban Knights a programme of talks and workshops that promotes and provokes alternatives to city living. She currently holds the post of Professor of City Futures at the School of Art and Design, UWE Bristol, where she established the Repair Acts programme and leads on topics relating to data, ethics, and commoning.

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