Charlotte Webb

University of the Arts London

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Charlotte Webb is Digital Learning Coordinator at the University of the Arts London, working across the University to support the development of creative digital practice and capabilities. She is co-author of Discovering the Post-Digital Art School, with Professor Fred Deakin. She also writes for Furtherfield Gallery and the Huffington Post.

She has recently completed an art practice-based PhD at Chelsea College of Art, about artistic authorship and the web. She has spoken and exhibited internationally, and been described as a ‘deviant academic’. Forthcoming projects include Tate Exchange – a collaboration between UAL and Tate Modern exploring the impact of technology on society. She is also currently curating a website tour about theft, for London based Arebyte Gallery.

As well as her own art practice and research, she is a member of art collective 'Glasshouse', which formed at a Hackathon at Tate Modern. Glasshouse is concerned with the field of digital labour, and presented their project 'The Work We Want' at the Web We Want festival at London's Southbank Centre in May 2015.

She has been a DeL conference committee member since 2012, and a champion of UAL student involvement in the conference.