Neil Winterburn is an artist that uses technology to explore how thinking in shared spaces is changing.
Neil explores emergent approaches to co-creation devising participatory frameworks that equip collaborators with new technical and conceptual tools. Examples of this include collaborating with children to create, escape rooms and slimy trails of thoughts in libraries and ex miners to connect memories to mining artefacts using Raspberry Pis.
Neil coordinates the Flunstellas project, which explores the idea of thoughts being things that have a life of their own, inhabiting the spaces we share. The creative process developed for this project are shared at making.flunstellas.org
Neil has published Child Computer Interaction research on methods to involve teenagers in the participatory design of interactive emotion displays.