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Sensatronic Lab is based at Sense Scotland‘s Art and Music Centre in Touchbase which is at Kinning Park in Glasgow. We also work with partners to produce a number of out reach sessions and events throughout Scotland.

In the first instance please contact Project Manager David McCluskey using the contact form below.

Find us here

Sense Scotland
43 Middlesex Street
Kinning Park
G41 1EE

0141 4290 294

Our Staff

Ewan Sinclair

Ewan Sinclair

Lead artist Ewan is a visual artist, maker and workshop leader. Ewan’s work is involved with technology, music, improvisation and play, working collaboratively with other artists, young people and organisations.

Bal Cooke

Bal Cooke

Lead artist Bal Cooke is a musician, sound engineer and sound designer. He has gigged and run workshops from Shetland to São Paulo. His favourite bands are Slayer and The Pastels. He is mildly allergic to chocolate so don’t give him any.

Patrick McGlone

Patrick is a quietly confident musician and facilitator, a long time project volunteer he now leads the ‘Sensatronic Sessions’ in Dundee and across Scotland. When not making music he has travelled the world following the Wresting scene.

Jacklyn McConachie

Jacklyn currently runs the ‘Sensatronic Sessions’ in Edinburgh. A guitarist and songwriter in her own right she can often be found gigging across Scotland and further afield.

Matthew Ward

Mathew Ward

Matthew has been a lead consultant on Sensatronic Lab since its inception, a strong advocate for accessibility, particularly in terms of music software and production Matthew writes and performs his own music; hosts two shows on the popular SunnyG radio station and also has a budding DJ career. Mathew currently leads the Sensatronic Sessions in Fort William.

David McCluskey

David McCluskey is the lead musician and project manager for Sensatronic Lab. One of the founders of Glasgow indie stalwarts the Bluebells and a well known face in the Scottish music scene David is also a gifted facilitator with over twenty years experience working with young people and adults at Sense Scotland.

Libby Odai

Project Assistant Libby joined the team in 2019 for the start of our Sensatronic Sessions. Aiming to break the barriers between the physical and digital realms, Libby’s work focuses on community engagement, using traditional practice and craft to actualise technological concepts in an accessible way.

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