Clarice Hilton

Clarice Hilton


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Clarice Hilton

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Research and Experience Design Lead


Biography

Clarice Hilton is a neurodivergent researcher and creative technologist whose work is centered in critical disability design and immersive technology. She is currently completing a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London developing a research methodology and creative practice using critical disability design methods for performance with immersive technology.
During her PhD she has used participatory and co-design methods working with disabled dancers at Candoco Dance company.
During this process they developed “Figural Bodies”, a motion capture dance performance, which premiered at SXSW 2024. She is currently completing a MyWorld fellowship on “Location-based VR and accessibility” where she has collaborated with a group of disabled micro-residents to investigate access in VR. The fellowship was in collaboration with UWE, Marshmallow Laser Feast and All Seeing Eye. She has worked with Anagram over the past 8 years on numerous projects including an Rnd study into designing Social worlds in VR that would be best suited for a neurodiverse audience.

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