1. Photo credit: Leslie Deere

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lecturer I researcher I media & sound artist I media technologist (VR/AR/XR)

is a multi-media artist with a background in dance and she holds a BA Honours degree in Sonic Art. Currently, Deere is a PhD researcher at the Glasgow School of Art looking at affect, perspective and altered states. This practice-based research is exploring gesture-controlled audio-visuals in VR, creating a group altered state experience. She recently debuted the new work at Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Art.

She is interested in collaboration with other makers, thinkers, artists, researchers and designers working with similar technologies, concepts, thematics and approaches - and also those that cross-reference these ideas and are developing new discussions and formats.