Glasgow-based artist Cultura Plasmic Inc combines audio, moving image and physical structures to create installations that navigate the relationship between digital culture and the body, mental and physical health and how our use of and, at times, dependence on digital technology shapes who we are. Her installations often make use of motion sensors, digital software, tracking devices and drones with metaphors and imagery from the natural environment and are frequently designed for unusual, non-traditional art spaces, including disused shop units, playgrounds, green spaces, piers, beaches, and derelict buildings. She has created site-specific pieces for DNweekeND (Doncaster), Chorlton Arts Festival (Greater Manchester), Sound UK (rural touring in Wiltshire, Devon and Cornwall), Reuse Aloud (New Bridge Project, Newcastle), Wandsworth Arts Festival (London), InTransit festival (Kensington and Chelsea, London), Hackney WickED (London), the Poor Door at A-Side B-Side Gallery (London) and Coastival (Scarborough). In 2016, her cardboard and electronic work Dead Pigeons and Chandeliers featured in a New York gallery exhibit on Politics and Power, and in May 2017, she received the international premiere of her audio-visual installation Watchtower at the European Convention Centre in Luxembourg. Whilst Artist in Residence at Can Serrat, Cultura Plasmic Inc developed Living in an Inbox, an installation combining moving image, sound, projection and eye-tracking technology to explore digital addiction, the attention economy, compulsive message-checking and advertising.