John Holder is a digital installation artist whose work focuses on experiential, reactive and immersive installations. He has exhibited work internationally and lectured across Europe. Recent installations have involved interpreting hidden body data, 3D virtual actors, synthetic voices, and focuses on placing the audience at the centre of an experience. He also teaches at the University of East London (UK) since 2005, is completing his doctorate in Fine Art, and is the ‘Head of Virtual Reality’ for The Institute of Unnecessary Research.