Victoria Bradbury is a visual artist weaving programming code, physical computing, body and object. She is based in Newcastle UK and studies the performativity of code as a researcher with CRUMB. Her work embodies meaning into objects, interactions and spaces through the use of code as a material, weaving it with the physical. Her projects are highly participatory and challenge the audience’s perception of self and of culture. Her work has been shown at the Albright Knox and Hallwalls Galleries (Buffalo), Harvestworks and Cuchifritos (NYC), and Globe Gallery (Newcastle). She participated in the Shanghai Biennial IMMERSION: Art and Technology workshops (2012) and was a resident artist at Imagine Gallery, Beijing (2008). Bradbury has presented research at xCoAx (Porto), ISEA 2013 (Sydney) and Re:Wire (Liverpool, 2011). She is a collaborator with Attaya Projects and a member of the New Media Caucus board. Read Victoria’s experiences on the lab here.