Mark Daniels is a curator interested in smart spaces and responsive environments. He trained as an architect at Kingston University before completing the MA Art as Environment at Manchester Metropolitan University. He was the inaugural Director at Northern Architecture where he curated a diverse range of subjects including love hotels, sitooteries and science fiction cinema. As International Co-ordinator he was responsible for the look and feel of the 2004 Liverpool Biennial. An increasing interest in new media led him to Folly in Lancaster, and now New Media Scotland in 2008. He is Creative Director of the University of Edinburgh’s Inspace, a laboratory that explores the cultural significance of informatics and new media practice. Inspace is a joint research collaboration between the School of Informatics and New Media Scotland. He is based in Edinburgh and loves a little set jetting.