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Eleanor Dare is an academic and critical technologist with a PhD and MSc in Arts and Computational Technologies from the department of Computing, Goldsmiths. Eleanor was formerly Reader in Digital Media and Head of Programme for MA Digital Direction, at the Royal College of Art. Eleanor now works at Cambridge University, Faculty of Education, as well as supervising PHD students at the RCA and UCL. A full list of publications, exhibitions etc can be found at the link below.

Eleanor has taught computer programming and themes relating to digital theory at Goldsmiths, the University of Derby, the Open University, UCL and the University of the Arts, London. Her current writing and programming research are concerned with the limits of symbolic logic, representation and creative non-fiction as well as the implications of virtual reality.

In the last eleven years, Eleanor has published numerous book chapters and peer-reviewed papers (solo and collaborative) addressing computation, AI, emerging narrative and systems of knowledge. These include chapters in MIT’s Leonardo, on photographing consciousness, The International Journal of the Book (on interactive narrative), IEEE Transactions on AI/VR: situated animation in the Library of Babel; as well as presenting pedagogic papers at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Education, addressing the confluence of digital mediation and formal systems of logic and knowledge.


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Eleanor is interested in the limits of symbolic logic to communicate embodied experiences. Many of these limits can be exposed by examining points of breakdown, not only in computational systems, but in human systems, for example the limits of our memory and language. Her work as an artist and researcher continues to investigate the implications, in particular, of creativity and artificially intelligent expressive systems.

Eleanor has a PhD in Arts and Computational Technology from Goldsmiths Department of Computing, supported by a full doctoral studentship from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Her doctoral thesis and MSc (Distinction) at Goldsmiths were concerned with computer programming practices, subjectivity and artificial intelligence for interactive and responsive books. The title of her thesis was 'Navigating Subjectivity: South a Psychometric Text Adventure.'

Since completing her PhD in 2011 she has continued to research the ways in which computational systems try to understand humans, especially what happens when computers attempt to generate human-like cultural expressions. Inevitably, this has resulted in an increasing concern with the significance of critical-political situatedness and embodiment – factors which, she argues, are always implicated in human activity but neglected in computation. In 2018 she completed an OU MA in Creative Writing (Distinction), addressing virtuality and non-linear narrative structures. She has exhibited work addressing both the limits and potential of VR/AR and AI.

  • 2019-2022 : British Council/RCA, Crafting Futures, Kyrgyzstan (Co-I)
  • 2020: RCA internal funding for a symposium on AI urgencies (disrupted by Covid) (Co-PI)
  • 2019: AHRC/EPRSC, Art Fair Innovations, Shanghai, RCA (Co-I)
  • 2019: AHRC/ESRC 2019 UK-Japan network focused on location-based VR for children, RCA, UCL, Glasgow SoA, Tokyo University and games industry partners (Co-I)
  • 2019: RCA Funding for VR Alterities Symposium (With Claudia Dutson, Vali Lalioti, Indira Knight and Bruna Petreca) (Co-PI)
  • 2019-2020 Eleanor was a Co-I for the successful £5 million Circular Economies bid at RCA in 2020, prior to changing roles. (Co-I)
  • 2018: Research funding from Microsoft Research for AI 9-5, RCA/Microsoft Research, , Cambridge, investigating the impact of automation on workers (PI)
  • 2017: Teaching and Learning Fund for a Digital Fluency project across UAL (Co-PI)
  • 2007–2011: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, full doctoral studentship (PI)
  • 2018-2020 Eleanor was one of the primary investigators for the successful £60 million AI Design Lab bid, a collaboration between the RCA and Hong Kong Poly University, with funding from 2019-2029 (PI)

  • Eleanor is part of the research team evolving an RCA/Hong Kong Poly University Artificial Intelligence Design Laboratory (AiDLab).
  • 2019: AHRC/EPRSC, Art Fair Innovations (Co-I) RCA
  • 2019: AHRC/ESRC 2019 UK-Japan network focused on location-based VR for children (Co-I) RCA
  • 2019: Research funding from Microsoft for AI and Work project (PI) 
  • 2019: Funding for VR Alterities Symposium (With Claudia Dutson, Vali Lalioti, Indira Knight and Bruna Petreca)
  • 2017: Teaching and Learning Fund for a Digital Fluency project across UAL

Publications (book chapters & academic papers)

Dare, Eleanor (2021) Locked down in the neoliberal Smart City: A-systemic technologies in crisis. Chapter: in Equality in the City, Intellect Books (editor Susan Flynn).
Dare, Eleanor (2021) ‘Rear Psycho: Hitchcock’s horror language mediated by AI.’ in Language Games, Edited by Hannah Lammin and Sheena Calvert. Cambridge, MA: Leonardo, MIT Press.
Dare, Eleanor (2021) 'America Competes: STEM, STEAM, Design Thinking and corporate pedagogy as epistemic nationalism', The Post-Pandemic University, https://postpandemicuniversity.net/2021/08/15/america-competes-stem-steam-design- thinking-and-corporate-pedagogy-as-epistemic-nationalism/
Dare, Eleanor, Antonopoulou, Alexandra (2021) 'The Riverine Archive:
Nausea and information loss on the neoliberal ship of fools', Special Issue of Visual Communication , Information is Ugly, Guest Editors: Shelley James, Grace Pappas, John Fass and Dylan Yamada-Rice, London, Sage. (forthcoming)
Dare, Eleanor, (2021) 'Impersonal Computing: from Art School to Business Hub in four decades', in Digital Totalitarianism: Algorithms and Society, edited by Michael Filimowicz (‘the Editor’), Routledge, forthcoming.
Dare, Eleanor (May 2021) 'Covidpreneurism: AI Cold Wars in the Covid-19 End Days', in ACM Interactions, Making Breaking Interactions, ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)DOI: .https://doi.org/10.1145/3459101.
Walter Baier, Eric Canepa, Haris Golemis (editors) (2021) Capitalism's Deadly Threat: transform! 'Exercises in Exorcism, Ways of Healing (through) Art Education', Eleni Ikon, Cecilia Wee, Eleanor Dare, Matt Lewis, Kevin Biderman, Laura Gordon, Joseph Pochodzaj, Dylan Yamada-Rice, London, Merlin Press.
Dare, E., Potter, J., Nash., R, Yamada-Rice, D., Main, A. (2021)Critically Exploring Co- production, Qualitative Research Journal.
Dare, Eleanor, Antonopoulou, Alexandra, forthcoming (2021) ‘The image of collaboration: mediation and enervation under lockdown’, in The visual culture of a virus, A special issue on the visual representation of covid-19, Edited by Lee Weinberg and Phaedra Shanbaum, Taylor & Francis.
Dare, Eleanor, Yamada-Rice, Dylan, Rodrigues, Deborah (2021) forthcoming, Reading the cards: Tarot as an epistemological repositioning to defend against the neoliberal structures of Art Education in Biased AI: Algorithms and Society, edited by Michael Filimowicz (‘the Editor’), Routledge.
Eleanor Dare (2021) ‘Online Learning Platforms and the Confessional Subject’,
Architecture and Culture, 26th February 2021.
Eleanor Dare, Special edition of Performance Research Vol. 26.5. (2021), Diffracting Virtual Realities: towards an A-effected VR in On Diffraction.Annouchka Bayley (editor).
Dare, Eleanor (2021) ‘Rendlesham 360’, in Conference Proceedings for DRHA 2019 "Radical Immersions", edited by Elena Papdaki, British Library Cataloguing in- publication data ISBN: PB: 9780900822124
Dare, Eleanor (2020) Journal Article, Teaching Machines: Platforms, pedagogies and the wicked problem of design thinking The Post-Pandemic University [online], available at: https://postpandemicuniversity.net/2020/07/29/teaching-machines-platforms- pedagogies-and-the-wicked-problem-of-design-thinking/
Yamada-Rice, Dylan, Dare, Eleanor and Main, Angus (2020) Printed Publication, Location-based Virtual Reality experiences for children: Japan-UK knowledge exchange network final project report, available at: https://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/4401/1/UK- Japan%20final%20project%20report.pdf
Dare, E., Papadaki, E. (2020) ISEA2020 proceedings, 'Mycorrhizal Curation: minimal cognition for maximal cooperation'https://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/4331/
Dare, E. (2019) 'Power Postures And Landing Pages, The Long-Tail Of Neoliberalism'
Discover Society (68), 1-16.
Yamada-Rice, D., Dare, E., Main, A., Potter, J. and Love, S. (2019), 'Location-based Virtual Reality Experiences for Children: Japan-UK knowledge exchange network: Tokyo Workshop', Tokyo, Japan, 24–28 June 2019.
Dare, E. (2019) Monograph, Art Fair Innovations in Shanghai & London Project Report, London (RCA).
Dare, E. (2019) 'The Upper Ontology of the World', in: I scared my Computer, London: RCA SU.
Dare, E. (2019) 'Turpin's Cave: choice and deception in a virtual realm', International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 15 (1). 0-11.
Dare, E. (2018) 'AI/VR: situated animation in the Library of Babel' IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph, 24 (4).
Dare, E. (2018) 'Out of the Humanist Matrix: Learning taxonomies beyond Bloom' Spark: UAL Creative Teaching and Learning Journal (forthcoming).
Dare. E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2016) ‘Emerging Forms of Collaboration: Communities of Practice Online through Networked Fictions, Dreams and Stories’, Chapter in: Kok, A. and Lee, H. (eds) Cultural, Behavioral, and Social Considerations in Electronic Collaboration, IGI publishers.
Dare. E. & Papadaki, E. (2016) 'Bare nothingness - situated subjects in embodied artist's systems', In: Deliyannis, I., Kostagiolas, P. and Banou, C. (eds) Chapter in Experimental Multimedia Systems for Interactivity and Strategic Innovations, IGI publishers.
Aslam, S. and Dare, E. (2015) 'Skype, code and shouting: a digitally mediated drama between Egypt and Scotland', Leonardo, (48), 3. London: MIT Press.
Dare, E. (2014)’Burning Down Memory’, Cities Methodologies 2014: Buildings on fire: Towards a new approach to urban memory, Slade Research Centre, UCL, UK.
Dare, E. (2013) 'Blood-Sugar Roulette: a case study of bio-geometric body-art', Media- N, Journal of the New Media Caucus, 0 (1). Media-N.
Dare, E., Antonopoulou, A. (2013) Proceedings of the ISEA International Festival of Electronic Art, Sydney 2013', “The Digital Dreamhacker:Crowdsourcing the dream imaginary”, with Alexandra Antonopoulou.
Dare, E. (2012) 'Black Boxes and God-Tricks: an Account of Using Medical Imaging Systems to Photograph Consciousness in the Context of a Digital Arts Practice', Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 18 (3), 60-71. London: MIT Press.
Antonopoulou, A. and Dare, E. (2012) 'Phi Territories, Neighbourhoods of Collaboration and Participation', Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 5 (1). Intellect Books.
Dare, E., Weinberg, Lee (2011) Proceedings of ISEA2011 Istanbul the International Festival of New Media, Electronic and Digital Arts. 'VAINS, the Visual Art Navigation and Interrogation System'.
Dare, E. (2011) 'Post-Desktop Publishing: An interactive book for an era of ubiquitous digitality', International Journal of the Book, 8 (1). Common Ground Research Networks.
Dare, E. and Weinberg, L. (2011) 'Algorithms for Social Curation', Body Space and Technology Journal, 11. Brunel University, London.
Dare, E. (2011–2012) 'Figure and Ground, the body as a locus of narrative and knowing', GLITS–e English and Comparative Literature Journal. Goldsmiths, University of London.

Craft, B., Dare, E. (2012) Physical Computing at Goldsmiths, Lulu, Book, https://www.lulu.com/shop/brock-craft-and-eleanor-dare/physical- computing/paperback/product-20335925.html?page=1&pageSize=4

Artist’s’ Books
Dare, Eleanor (2010) South: a Psychometric Text Adventure, Lulu Books Dare, Eleanor (2011) Anhedonia, Lulu Books
Dare, Eleanor (2011) Noisemedia: public static void main(String[] args) {} Lulu Books. Dare, Eleanor (2007) Noisemedia Book V FRACTAL EDITION, Lulu Books
Dare, Eleanor (2007) CCTV City, Lulu Books Dare, Eleanor (2011) Road, Lulu Books.
Dare, Eleanor (2011) The Bumper Book of Noisemedia, Lulu Books. Dare, Eleanor (2007) Randomness, Lulu Books.
Dare, Eleanor, Antonopoulou, Alexandra (2008)The Phi Books, Book I, Book II. Single edition.

The Riverine Archive (2021) forthcoming, The Agnes Etherington Art Centre, VR, AR and other works. Dare & Anotonopoulou, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada.
The Riverine Archive (2021)Dare & Anotonopoulou, Museu de Arte do Espírito Santo Dionísio del Santo – Maes. https://www.museusemparedes.com/en/riverine-archive-2/
Dare, E. (2019) Empathy for the Devil in Fast Forward to the Analogue: Vintage Immersions, University of Greenwich Galleries, Project Space.
APPROXIMATELY 800cm3 OF PLA (2018) Phi Object, University of Wisconsin, USA.
Dare, E. (2017) Queer Society RCA, RCA Battersea Gallery, VR work -'My past has not happened yet but it interferes with my present'.
Dare, E. (2014) Cities Methodologies Buildings on fire: Towards a new approach to urban memory, 'Burning down memory' , Slade Research Centre, UCL, UK.
Keiichi Matsuda (2012) Prism Project, London Design Festival (2012) V&A Museum, London, UK. Collaborative project.
Dare & Anotonopoulou (2012) Phi Books Digital Futures & Digital Design. V&A, Sackler Centre.
Springtime (2012). Directed by Sabina Aslam, Produced by Ankur Theatre Productions [Tron Theatre, Glasgow, UK]. Created a set of computer games to help actors originate characters.
The Olympics of the Everyday (2012). Produced by Shabina Aslam, Ankur Theatre Productions, Glasgow. Technology Artist for the project.
Dare, E. (2011) 'Tensers and detensers; lost memories and embodied traces'. Media and the Senses, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
Sounds Like Graffiti (2010)Directed by Shabina Aslam. Heuristic tools for generating writing, were used in workshops to help the participants generate material for this project. Designed and edited a prototype recording system and edited a book to accompany the project.
Dare. E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2009) Berlin, Freie Universität, Graduiertenkolleg "InterArt" International Research Training Group "Interart Studies", exhibited our artists’ books and an installation.

Conferences and Workshops
Dare, Eleanor, Ramanathan, Rathna, Simmons, Tom and Pochodzaj, Joseph (2021)' Local-global Knowledge: who gets to define the future of craft?' in the session Re- Crafting the Local/Global Relationship. Making Futures, Plymouth, https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/posts/making-futures-2021-call-for-contributions
Dare, Eleanor (2021) ‘The Resilient Undead and Zoomified Zombies: welcome to the HE creepy treehouse of horrors’, THE 24TH ACM CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER- SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK AND SOCIAL COMPUTING.
Dare, Eleanor, Antonopoulou, Alexandra (2021) 'Expanded Critical Animersion: A locked-down experience of collaborative, Oulipian animation and textuality', 12th September 2021, Synaesthetic Syntax II : Seeing Sound / Hearing Vision, Expanded Animation symposium for Ars Electronica, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (forthcoming)
Dare, Eleanor (2021) Workshops on critical creative coding for digital artworks and virtual spaces, part of “Unfolding: From Ideas into Practice” a series of workshops and talks, that engage emerging artists in a conversation about how to translate their ideas into practice, the Ria Keburia Foundation, July 13th,, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 2021.
Dare, Eleanor and Antonopoulou, Alexandra (2021) Virtual places for critical immersion and collaborative knowledge, 28th May 2021, Museum without Walls: Museu Sem Paredes:https://www.facebook.com/museusemparedes/?fref=tag
Dare, Eleanor (2021) Learning at the Edges, Postgraduate Symposium, 'Articulating Creativity and Technology – an Emerging Pedagogy', Ravensbourne, 8th April, 2021.
Dare, Eleanor (2020) 'Teaching Machines: platforms, pedagogies and the wicked problem of design thinking', at Building the Post-Pandemic University, Cambridge University, 18 Sep 2020.
Dare, Eleanor and Antonopoulou, Alexandra (2020) 'Non-immersive media : collaborating in an ‘immertical’ Virtual world' at Besides the Screen 2020, Porto, (now Online), 24-July-2020.
Dare, Eleanor, Ramanathan, Rathna, Simmons, Tom and Pochodzaj, Joseph (2020) 26th June, Conference or Workshop, 'Mediating tacit knowledges: a visual and sonic essay' at UNCONFERENCE 2020, Reading (Virtual), 26 June 2020.
Dare, Eleanor and Papadaki, Elena (2020) 'Mycorrhizal Curation: minimal cognition for maximal cooperation' at ISEA2020 International Symposium on Electronic Art, Montreal, 13-18 Oct 2020.
Dare, Eleanor and Lewis, Matt (2019) Conference or Workshop, The Other Voice, RCA MA Digital Direction Elective with the British Library Oral History Collection at Oral History Society Regional Network Event, London, 23-11-2019.
Dare, Eleanor and Simmons, Tom (2019) Conference or Workshop, RCA Crafting Futures Research Project, Panel Discussion: Crafting Futures in Central Asia countries. Opportunities and Challenges. at British Council, Crafting Futures, Central Asia and South Caucasus Crafts Networking Forum, Tblisi, Georgia, 07-Nov-2019.
Dare, E. (2019) 'Radical Immersions: Navigating between virtual/physical environments and information bubbles', Rendlesham 360 at Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA 2019). London, 9 September 2019.
Dare, E. (2019) 'The Upper Ontology of the World part 2, considering Zuboff (2019) & McQuillan (2017)', Postdisciplinary Epistemologies. London, 7 June 2019.
Dare, E. (2019) 'Empathy for the Devil: inside the headset with Norman Bates', Virtual Realities and Alterities. London, 9 May 2019.
Dare, E. and Antonopoulou, A. (2019) 'The riverine Archive: preserving the contingency of digital heritage', DCAC 2019: Digital Culture & AudioVisual Challenges Interdisciplinary Creativity in Arts and Technology. Greece, 10–11 May 2019.
Dare, E. (2019) 'Machine Learning for Creative Transfer', Hong Kong Poly University Artificial Intelligence Symposium. Hong Kong, 26 February 2019.
Dare, E. (2018) 'Normative validity and the quantified academic self', Post-H(uman) index? Politics, metrics, and agency in the accelerated academy. Cambridge University, 29–30 December 2018.
Dare, E. (2018) 'Ontological platforms: deconstructing Moodle and the ideology of personalized learning', Capitalism, Social Science and the Platform University.
Cambridge, 13–14 December 2018.
Dare, E. (2018) 'Digital Fluency and digital epistemology', Royal College of Art Autumn Teaching Conference. London, 17 September 2018.
Dare, E. (2018) 'Munging Analytica: God tricks, con tricks and yet more views from above', RCA Cross College Symposium: Feminisms and Materialisms. London, 25 May 2018.
Dare, E. and Antonopoulou, A. (2018) 'Phi_VR_books: Collaborative documentation of our recent digital past', 22nd Annual Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA 2018). Valletta, Malta, 9–12 September 2018.
Dare, E. (2018) 'Turpin's Cave: choice and deception in a virtual realm', 22nd Annual Digital Research in the Humanities and the Arts (DRHA 2018). Valletta, Malta, 9–12 September 2018.
Dare, E. and Heaney, L. (2018) 'MA Digital Direction, MA Information Experience Design', Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. London, 9–13 July 2018.
Dare, E. (2018) 'The Second Death Of The Author? Immersive Book Forms Using Ar/Vr And Ai', The Media Production Show. London, 12–13 June 2018.
Dare, E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2018) 'The life of a book: Agency, Autonomy, and VR Fictions', Movement 2018. London, 16-17-February 2018.
Dare, E. (2017) 'New approaches to STEM and STEAM Education, a case-study of MA Digital Direction, Royal College of Art', International Forum on Education of Art, Science and Technology (EAST). Beijing, China, 29–30 November 2017.
Dare, E. (2017) ‘Phi Books VR and AR’, Keynote speaker with Alexandra Antonpoulou. Greenwich University Animation Conference, Greenwich University, UK.
Dare, E. (2017) Chaired two conference panels and presented the paper ‘Fractal & Linear Borders: Mapping Boundaries to Sound’. Co-presented paper 'The Phi Books: Borders, Doors and Walls as a Collaboration Methodology', with Dr Alexandra Antonopoulou. Somewhere In Between: Borders and Borderlands, London College of Communication, UAL, UK.
Dare, E. (2017) Workshop presentation, ‘learning taxonomies beyond Bloom’, Central Saint Martins, UAL, UK.
Dare, E. (2017) 29th April UAL LCC, Somewhere In Between: Borders and Borderlands International Conference, ‘Fractal & Linear Borders: Mapping Boundaries to Sound’.
Dare, E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2017) 29th April UAL LCC, ‘Somewhere In Between: Borders and Borderlands ’International Conference, ‘The Phi Books: Borders, Doors and Walls as a Collaboration Methodology.’
Dare, E., Antonopoulou, A. (2013) ISEA International Festival of Electronic Art, Sydney 2013, “The Digital Dreamhacker: Crowdsourcing the dream imaginary”.
Dare, Eleanor, Aslam, Shabina (2012) 'Live Interfaces', Skype, code and shouting,
Leeds University, Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music, UK.
Dare, E. (2012) Digital Futures Series, Victoria and Albert Museum, Sackler Centre, London, UK.
Dare, E. (2012) International Festival of Digital Art, Watermans Art Centre, London, UK.
Dare, E. (2011) Media and the Senses, '‘Lost Memories and Embodied Traces’', Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
Dare, E. (2011) Czech Scrolls Museum, Kensington, Colloquium on Life Writing, 'Tensers and detensers: lost memories and embodied traces' link: http://narrativembodiment.blogspot.co.uk/
Dare, E. (2011) Staging Illusion, Sussex University, presented my work with EEG and electrocution: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/sccs/activities/stagingillusion
Dare, E. (2011) 'Collaborative Curating and New Media', the Centre for Creative Collaboration, on digital curation, with Lee Weinberg, Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett (Furtherfield) and Ele Carpenter. Chaired by Irini Mirena Papadimitriou.
Dare, E., Weinberg, Lee (2011) ISEA2011 Istanbul the International Festival of New Media, Electronic and Digital Arts. 'VAINS, the Visual Art Navigation and Interrogation System'.
Dare, E., Antonopoulou, A. (2011) ISEA2011 Istanbul the International Festival of New Media, Electronic and Digital Arts. The 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Phi Books.
Dare, E. (2011) 14th Annual International Creative Writing Conference, Imperial College, London. 'South, a psychometric text adventure'.
Dare, E., Weinberg, Lee (2011) University of Haifa Curatorship Conference, 'VAINS, the Visual Art Navigation and Interrogation System'.
Dare, E. (2011) Now: Legacies and Amnesia: . An international Interdisciplinary Colloquium. Panel discussion on social-media and time.
Dare, E. (2010) 8th International Conference on the Book, St Galen University, Switzerland. ‘Post-desktop publishing: future books in an era of ubiquitous digitality. The Implications of intelligent and pervasive book forms'
Dare, E., Weinberg, Lee (2010) Brunel University DRHA 2010 Sensual Technologies: collaborative practices of interdisciplinarity conference, 'VAINS, the Visual Art Navigation and Interrogation System'.
Dare, E. (2010) Copenhagen Doctoral School “After Fiction” European Doctoral Seminar in Culture, Criticism and Creativity. I presented a paper on my doctoral work on intelligent books.
Dare, E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2010) Goldsmiths University of London – Inter-Art symposium with Berlin and Copenhagen Universities, 'The Phi Books and the Phi Meta- film’.
Dare, E. (2010) Stockholm, the Research School of Aesthetics at Stockholm University, symposium on ‘Aesthetics and History’, ‘Robot aesthetics and analogue interventions: humans and machines in the incunabulum’.
Dare. E. & Antonopoulou, A. (2009) Berlin, Freie Universität, Graduiertenkolleg "InterArt" International Research Training Group "Interart Studies", ‘Phi Books Research Territories through Narrative’.
Dare, E. (2008) Non-linear Narrative in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Artistic Practices, Goldsmiths, University of London, a co-operation between Goldsmiths, University of London, the Copenhagen Doctoral School and the International Research Training Group "Interart Studies", Freie Universität Berlin, 'South, a psychometric text adventure'.

Eleanor has worked on collaborations with Microsoft Research, The British Library Oral History collection, the Shanghai West Bund Art Fair (for the Art Fair Innovation research project), Hammersmith and Fulham Arts Festival, Tokyo University (for the Japan UK VR research project) and, in the future, Khora Contemporary, a VR development company for artists. Additionally, Eleanor serves on the following RCA committees and working groups:

  • RCA SoC RKE working group
  • RCA SoC Recruitment working group
  • RCA Senate
  • RCA Dyslexia Committee
  • RCA Technology Committee
  • RCA Changing the Culture working group

Eleanor Dare is an external examiner for Ravensbourne and has been internal moderator for MA Fashion and MRes Healthcare and Design at RCA.

Research students

Harshada Balasubramanian

Research Student

Lawrence Lek

Research Student