Becca Rose Glowacki is a Bristol-based artist and educator working at the intersection of socially engaged arts, textiles, and technology. This takes a number of forms, such as working with DIY electronic-textile sensors and putting on participatory events or workshops. Through her work she is trying to imagine other ways of using or relating to technology, and she makes objects and runs events that can be used to explore situated and embodied approaches to computing. In the past few years she has been resident in a number of museums and arts spaces, including Knowle West Media Centre in Bristol, Exploratorium in San Francisco, Somerset House in London, and Wired Lab in Tokyo.
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The grant holders from the social innovation grant scheme talk about their experiences and what they have planned.