Born in Southport, England, Caroline Seck Langill is a multidisciplinary artist and writer living in Peterborough, Ontario. For the past few years her visual art practice has focused on the relationship between rural life, intimacy and technology. Langill is an instructor at the Ontario College of Art and Design, where she teaches courses on digital culture and the integration of art and science. Langill holds a B.Sc. in Biology from Carleton University, an A.O.C.A. and an M.F.A. from York University in Toronto. Entering the 4th year of a PhD in Canadian Studies at Trent University, she is looking at the contestation of the exhibitionary complex by artists working with technology, and the exclusion of early electronic art from the art historical canon. Recent projects include an article in an upcoming issue of AI and Society, titled Negotiating the Hybrid: Art, Theory and Genetic Technologies, and a interactive public commission for the city of Peterborough.