Jenny Pickett is a member of the artists’ collective APO33 (art and technology research lab) in France, where she works on projects ranging from interactive installations to experimental music and performance. She is a member of various ensembles including: Onsemble (Orchestra of Nantes and St Nazaire), Orgone (Contemporary percussion group), OFFAL (Orchestra for Females and/at Laptops) and forms part of the duo Solar Return with Julien Ottavi, where she has been performing Live using huge VLF antennas as an instrument since 2013. Pickett is a PhD Candidate at Cyprus University of Technology where she is attached to the Media Arts and Design Research Lab (MADlab). Her research interests include critical approaches to music and technology, interactivity, hybrid and participatory practices in art. Her thesis is: Do it with others (DIWO), Methodologies for artistic production and education. She holds a BA in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Arts and an MA in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice from Goldsmiths, University of London. She is currently a lecturer in ‘Art and Techniques of Representation’ at the Nantes School of Architecture (ENSA).

She has exhibited and performed internationally including; Lieu Unique-Nantes (FR), Neon Festive-Dundee (UK), STWRT24 @ Ars Electronica-Linz (AT), ISEA-Hong Kong (HK), among others.
Jenny Pickett is a member of the artists’ collective APO33 (art and technology research lab) in France, where she works on projects ranging from interactive installations to experimental music and performance. She is a member of various ensembles including: Onsemble (Orchestra of Nantes and St Nazaire), Orgone (Contemporary percussion group), OFFAL (Orchestra for Females and/at Laptops) and forms part of the duo Solar Return with Julien Ottavi, where she has been performing Live using huge VLF antennas as an instrument since 2013. Pickett is a PhD Candidate at Cyprus University of Technology where she is attached to the Media Arts and Design Research Lab (MADlab). Her research interests include critical approaches to music and technology, interactivity, hybrid and participatory practices in art. Her thesis is: Do it with others (DIWO), Methodologies for artistic production and education. She holds a BA in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Arts and an MA in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice from Goldsmiths, University of London. She is currently a lecturer in ‘Art and Techniques of Representation’ at the Nantes School of Architecture (ENSA).

She has exhibited and performed internationally including; Lieu Unique-Nantes (FR), Neon Festive-Dundee (UK), STWRT24 @ Ars Electronica-Linz (AT), ISEA-Hong Kong (HK), among others.