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Published on Nov 3, 2015
Nela Brown introduces G.HACK, a ongoing project and community for women in technology. G.HACK began in 2011 at Queen Mary University of London as a space for women to teach other new skills in hacking and music-tech. Since then G.HACK have put on immersive installations, talks and research projects that reinvent ways to explore sound and technology. Nela introduces some of G.HACK's first projects including an interactive soundscape at the V&A, and a collaborative musical experiment for lasers at Digital Shoreditch, London.
G.HACK are a global community developing new pathways to educate and involve women in tech. They produce a G.HACK magazine for school children to introduce them to fields of science and technology and have held workshops at Sonar and Music Tech Fest for female hackers of all backgrounds and abilities to learn new skills and create new inventions.