Teresa Dillon is an artist and researcher, whose work focuses on the situated, lived entanglements of techno-civic systems within urban spaces. Recent works include In Your Aerial (2019), a project in which the inheritance and heritage of a community Internet network is established, and the text Liquid Loss: Learning to Mourn Our Companion Species and Landscapes (2019). Since 2013 Dillon has organized and hosted Urban Knights, a program of talks and workshops that promotes and provokes alternatives to city living. In 2018 she established the Repair Acts network which focuses on practice and scholarship relating to repair, care and maintenance cultures. She currently holds the post of Professor of City Futures at the School of Art and Design, UWE Bristol, where she leads on projects relating to restorative and healing futures, surveillance histories, data as matter and urban commoning.
As of May 2020