I am an artist, writer and hacker based in the UK. My art comes from remix, hacking, and mass culture traditions, and has involved increasing amounts of computer code over time.
During the 1990s I was an art student, then an art & technology student, then an art & technology lecturer, then a serial art and technology startup worker. In the 2000s I programmed games, prepress software and more and became involved in Free Software and Free Culture. I am on lots of mailing lists and at lots of conferences covering these subjects.
I have been a reviewer for Furtherfield since 2006. I review computer art, net.art, and relevant books, trying to bring a historical context and a sympathetic eye to them. If you'd like me to review something then do get in touch (although I can't promise to review everything). And if you'd like to discuss anything I've reviewed then one of the mailing lists I'm on is netbehaviour...
Since 2012 I am also a member of Furtherfield's advisory board.