Pip Shea
Since 2007
Works in Sydney Australia

Pip is an internet researcher, designer, artist and educator. She is currently completing a PhD in media and communications at the Queensland University of Technology with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCi). Her practice explores the structures and dynamics of networked sharing and grassroots culture-making.

Her peer-reviewed papers include Public Service Broadcasting, Creative Industries and Innovation Infrastructure: The Case of ABC’s Pool (Wilson, Hutchinson and Shea 2010) and Visualising Invisible Networks as Collaborative Arts Practice (Shea 2011); and was recently selected to attend the Oxford Internet Institute’s Summer Doctoral Program.

She has participated in artist residencies at the Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), Electrofringe Festival (Australia), and the Next Wave Festival (Australia); has been a participating artist at the 2009 International Symposium of Electronic Art (Northern Ireland), the Light In Winter Festival (Australia), the Melbourne Festival (Australia), 2009 Creative Sydney Festival (Australia); and, was a speaker at the 2008 Alfred Deakin Innovation Lectures (Australia).

She has also worked extensively across visual and interaction design projects for various clients including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and EMI Records.