Neil Winterburn is an artist with an interest in mind, age, technology and public spaces. He explores new ways to describe the different ways we think in public spaces, experimenting with communications systems, games and visualisations.
Recent projects include ‘Thought Blobs’, in which children created trails of slimy thoughts in libraries, using a detector device to read one another's minds.
Neil is a director of art collective Re-Dock and a published Child Computer Interaction researcher.
Neil will create a Hannah Festival hologram to be viewed on mobile devices.