Rachel Jacobs

Rachel Jacobs is an award winning environmentally and socially engaged interdisciplinary artist and researcher. Her interactive artworks combine art, science and technology, engaging with themes of social and environmental change, wellbeing, resilience, uncertainty, myth, ritual and the future. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, and publishes and presents regularly in academic and non-academic contexts. She co-founded the artist-led collective Active Ingredient in 1996 and the commercial games design company Mudlark Production Company in 2007. She completed a Doctorate in Computer Science in 2014. Rachel currently works as a practicing artist, exhibiting nationally and internationally, as an Associate Researcher at the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Manifest Data Lab, Central St Martins, University of Arts London. Her current work 'When the Future Comes & the Future Machine ' is due to take place across England for the next 30 years.

Rachel Jacobs is an award winning environmentally and socially engaged interdisciplinary artist and researcher. Her interactive artworks combine art, science and technology, engaging with themes of social and environmental change, wellbeing, resilience, uncertainty, myth, ritual and the future. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, and publishes and presents regularly in academic and non-academic contexts. She co-founded the artist-led collective Active Ingredient in 1996 and the commercial games design company Mudlark Production Company in 2007. She completed a Doctorate in Computer Science in 2014. Rachel currently works as a practicing artist, exhibiting nationally and internationally, as an Associate Researcher at the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Manifest Data Lab, Central St Martins, University of Arts London. Her current work 'When the Future Comes & the Future Machine ' is due to take place across England for the next 30 years.