Dr David Bovill After qualifying in medicine David started the Multimedia Authoring Centre at Charing Cross Hospital, with funding from Philips and Apple Computer. As Senior Developmental Editor for Times Mirror, he produced over 15 cross platform CDROMs including the award winning "Interactive Skeleton". In 1992 David left medicine to form the Virtual Theatre Company, working with immersive environments and laser video projection. He received recognition from the Arts Council for this work, who funded collaborations with Union Dance Company, Laser Creations and real time virtual reality systems.
David is one of the founders of Liquid Democracy. Residencies include Flower Bank (2003) - a crypto-art currency with www.monochrom.at, “Hacking the NSA” a 3 month residency at Museums Quartier Vienna, and more recently 2 months at unMonastery.eu.