Rachel Rayns, artist-in-residence at Raspberry Pi will be joining us to talk about her latest projects. Come along to find out how her creative work is a blend of art, innovation and technology.
What is an artist-in-residence? Rachel's recent post on the Raspberry Pi website explains more...
An artist-in-residence is usually invited into an organisation to create art which responds to the work the organisation does, the physical space they’re working in, or even a particular project.
I will be working on the Zoe Star series and exhibiting Raspberry Pi projects in a number of places (including some room the guys have freed up especially for display at Pi Towers), but I’ll also be creating tutorials for [the Raspberry Pi] site, and setting some challenges for you guys!
I’ll be working on documentation aimed at artists in helping them getting started with technology in their practice, seeking out artists already using the Raspberry Pi in their work and making sure you guys know about it; and I’ll be representing the Raspberry Pi Foundation at art events and helping the rest of the team run workshops whenever needed!