Libby Heaney is an artist working at the intersection of art, science and technology. She has a PhD in quantum physics and five years post-doctoral research experience in quantum information science at the University of Oxford and the National University of Singapore.
In 2013, in order to explore science and technology from multiple viewpoints, Libby retrained as an artist at Central St. Martins. Since graduating in 2014 she has tutored on the Information Experience Design program at the Royal College of Art. Libby has exhibited in London (including Tate Modern and Christie's), New York, Ireland, Malta, Spain and Finland, and was part of the official programme at the 2017 EU capital of culture in Aarhus, Denmark. She won the Ideas Tap Innovators award in 2014 and the Lifeboat residency award in 2016, and has been short listed for the Helen Scott-Liggett award and the Picton Art Prize.
Libby lives and works in London, UK.