University of the Arts, London, UK
Dr. Charlotte Webb, is an artist, researcher and Chief Leopard of the Feminist Internet, a movement addressing gender equality, feminisms and the internet. Feminist Internet is part of UAL Futures, a University of the Arts London initiative inventing the futures of education by connecting students and industry partners, and enabling them to creatively respond to social issues they care about.
Her PhD, Noodle, Noodle, Cat: Extra-Subjective Agency in Web-based Art practice explored the complexities of artistic authorship under the production conditions of the web. She is Digital Learning Coordinator, University of the Arts London, and co-authored ‘Discovering the Post-Digital Art School’ with Professor Fred Deakin. She writes for the Huffington Post and Furtherfield Gallery.
Recent art commissions and projects include We Are All Addicts Now, a series of GIFS reflecting on social media addiction for Furtherfield Gallery and artist Katriona Beales, ‘What Happens If We Push This’ ‐ a participatory workshop for Tate Exchange exploring post-work society, and The Work We Want, a participatory project funded by The Space, exploring digital labour and the future of work.