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
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.
Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM)
The Fabrication Lab
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)
Inclusive Mosque Initiative