Ernest Edmonds is a pioneer computer artist and researcher into creative digital technologies. In 2017 he won both the ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Achievement Award for Practice in Human-Computer Interaction and the ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in Digital Art. He is Professor of Computational Art at De Montfort University and Chairman of the Board of ISEA International. His most recent book is “The Art of Interaction: what HCI can learn from Interactive Art” , published by Morgan & Claypool. He is Founding Editor of the journal Knowledge Based Systems, an Honorary Editor of Leonardo and Editor-in-Chief of Springer’s Cultural Computing book series. Ernest has published over 400 books and papers, and exhibited his art across the globe. He recently exhibited in Venice, Leicester, London, Denver, Vancouver, Beijing, Shanghai, and Rio de Janerio. His work is described in the Routledge book by Francesca Franco, “Generative Systems Art: The Work of Ernest Edmonds”.