Néill O’Dwyer is an artist, PhD candidate and practice-based researcher at the Arts Technology Research Lab (ATRL), in the Drama Department, at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). His research is concerned with artistic possibilities emerging from processes of human-computer interaction, how one can inform the other and why this is useful in broader socio-political contexts. He is a part-time teaching assistant in the Drama Department. He is a member of the international Digital Studies Network initiated by the Institute of Research and Innovation (IRI), at the Pompidou Centre, and he is an associate researcher of GradCAM (Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media). He is a co-editor on the forthcoming Palgrave Macmillan publication, Performing Subjectivity in the Space of Technology: Through the Virtual Towards the Real.