Visual artist, Jane Prophet, works across media and disciplines to produce apps, objects and installations, frequently combining traditional and computational media. Prophet’s papers position art in relation to contemporary debates about new media and mainstream art, feminist technoscience, artificial life and ubiquitous computing. Professor Prophet received a PhD in arts education from Warwick University in 1995. She has contributed widely to debates about art and computation, in particular interdisciplinary collaboration. Her current research spans augmented reality, 3D print and projection mapping. She is Research Associate Dean at Stamps School of Art & Design, University of Michigan.