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Sarah Selby is a visual artist and academic based in London (UK). Her work explores and critiques digital culture using various new media technologies such as artificial intelligence, DNA data storage, and extended reality. She is particularly interested in human-machine interactions and the influence of emerging technologies on our behaviours and experiences.


Sarah studied Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University before joining the Computational Arts MA at Goldsmiths, University of London. She is the recipient of the 2023 Lumen Prize in the 3D/Interactive category for her artwork ‘Between the Lines’, which also received an honorary mention for the S+T+ARTS prize. Sarah teaches on the Creative Computing BSc at University of the Arts London.

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