Ruairi Glynn practices as an installation artist, educator and researcher. He has exhibited his work internationally, most recently at Tate Modern London, the Centre Pompidou Paris, and the National Art Museum Beijing. He is Lecturer in Interactive Architecture at the Bartlett and teaches on both the MArch Graduate Architectural Design (RC3) & MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation programmes. Study across both his courses is based on a design through making methodology, with an emphasis on using and misusing digital and material technologies. The studio builds and tests at 1:1 scale, experimental objects and interactive installations that uncover new design opportunities to sense and respond to the natural and built environment, to people and other living things, to data local and global.