exploring technical, theoretical, and aesthetic frameworks of immersive installation and interactive art with physical computing and interactive technologies such as Isadora, Simple Synth, FaceOSC, OSCulator
Diana Scarborough is a Cambridge-based multimedia artist and engineer creating multi-disciplinary works that intersects art, technology, history and the environment. Referencing scale and time, data, ecology and the invisible sciences, her time-based collaborative practice reveals a bias towards process, visualisation and performance. Working directly with scientists she is able to understand the context of their research trajectory and outcomes with true understanding as she is also an engineer. Processes and implications of space weather, nanoparticle activity, historical developments of technology with social-economic implications all feature in works that highlight the unseen, the forgotten or global concerns transformed by a curiosity-led art lens.