Erinma Ochu

Academic in Bristol, London

Erinma Ochu

Academic in Bristol, London

Dr Erinma Ochu is Wallscourt Associate Professor of Immersive Media in the College of Art, Technology and Environment at the University of the West of England, Bristol. They are a member of the Digital Cultures Research Centre and associate member of the Critical Race and Culture Group.

They currently enjoy research collaborations as storytelling lead on national climate justice initiative, Engaging Environments (UKRI-NERC) and as arts lead on Patterns in Practice (UKRI-AHRC) which examines cultures, values and beliefs in practitioners’ use of machine learning.

Erinma is co-director of Squirrel Nation with artist, designer and researcher, Caroline Ward, making work that considers co-existence as an ethic. Squirrel Nation have held fellowships and residencies with Manchester International Festival/ Jerwood, INIVA/ Stuart Hall Library and JUSTAI/ Ada Lovelace Institute. Squirrel Nation are alumni of the Stuart Hall Artist and Scholars Network.

Erinma is an accredited Relational Dynamic 1st Coach.

How to say my name.


Pronouncing my name.

Latest research article, podcast, blog.

For industry: ‘headmounted dismay

  • Work
    • The University of West England