Agi Haines is an internationally exhibiting practitioner, researcher and lecturer whose research looks at the propensity for design to reevaluate the nature of the material of the body in the face of nascent biomedical and healthcare technologies. She specializes in creating physical works using a mixture of traditional sculptural techniques and novel technologies. She is currently a PhD candidate at Plymouth University with CogNovo (Marie Curie ITN) and Transtechnology Research after earning her MDes in Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art. She has taught at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art, lectured on the topics of design futures and scientific imaginaries and exhibited work in such venues as Stedelijk Amsterdam, Art Science Museum Singapore, MOCA Shanghai and MOD Australia.
- Agatha Haines
- Assistant Professor