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Site-integrity is led by Julie Marsh, an artist and researcher at CREAM (The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media) at the University of Westminster. Julie is a specialist in interdisciplinary practice, exploring the intersections between film, performance, interactivity and site-specificity.  Her research is engaged with collaborative and knowledge-led approaches to field research, from moving image to emergent technologies and data collection. She coined the term ‘site-integrity’ in 2017 as part of her doctorate at London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London.

Email: j.marsh [at] westminster.ac.uk

Core Team:

Jonny Fuller-Rowell is the lead technical developer and researcher for site-integrity. He is a computational artist exploring human-technology relations.

Johnny Titheridge is part of the community engagement team for site-integrity. He is an artist and curator for participatory projects.

Site-integrity includes investigators who collaborate across interdisciplinary interests. Oscar Cass-Darweish is the lead web designer / developer and Tadej Vindis is the lead producer on the long term project Virtual Assembly.

Supporting Organisations:

Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM)
https://cream.ac.uk/

The Fabrication Lab
https://fabricationlab.london

V&A Museum
https://www.vam.ac.uk/

The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)
https://mcb.org.uk/

Inclusive Mosque Initiative
https://inclusivemosque.org