The New York Times has featured Di Mainstone as one of the “new generation visionaries” of the international digital arts scene.
Di Mainstone is a multi-disciplinary artist and filmmaker. Her work combines sculpture, music, dance, wearables and technology. Di works across performance, installation and film and she is best known for the acclaimed Human Harp, a digital musical device, worn on the body that transforms suspension bridges into giant harps. Di has pioneered a method of building wearable instruments around the human form, coining the term ‘body-centric design’.