Amy Boulton
Artist and inter-dependant researcher based in Gothenburg, Sweden
b. 1992, Huddersfield, UK



My practice is an investigation of urban space, technology and feminist theory. In my projects I combine these research interests, seeking out the embedded connections between them.

I make work both independently and collaboratively with artists and people with backgrounds in architecture, urban planning, interaction and game design. In 2022 I was a participant of the "Of Public Interest" transdisciplinary postmasters studio/lab at the Royal Institute of Art Stockholm, and have previously completed an MFA in Fri Konst at the Valand academy Gothenburg and BFA in Intermedia Art at Edinburgh College of Art.

Currently I’m drawing on feminist labour studies to track how and why automated voice assistant technologies attempt to imitate and commodify feminised forms of work.