The workshop will cover a range of skills working across the dynamic link of the adobe suite platform. Using motion tracking and data application to create a hyper reality style exhibition video. Presenting the installations as interactive spaces were more information about the project & designer can be unveiled. A laptop is required with Adobe Creative Suite installed.
Anthony Lui, and GDNM alumnus Shaun Tollerton and colleagues from digital design studio ustwo™ will be talking about what they do and offering advice to students on how to position themselves for industry, and what things companies look for in prospective graduates.
ustwo™ is a digital design studio that delivers interaction and user interface design, app development and digital entertainment as preferred partner to the world’s leading brands.
by Nina Pope
Nina Pope works collaboratively with Karen Guthrie they live and work in London and the Lake District respectively. After studying together at Edinburgh College of Art they completed MAs in London and began their collaborative and solo careers in 1995. They launched their creative organisation Somewhere in 2001, and have led diverse projects with an emphasis on new audiences and innovative technology. Nina also maintains an academic post at the Royal College of Art and both work as visiting tutors, and in professional development for artists.
by Rain Ashford
Rain Ashford (a.k.a. Rainycat) is an designer / hacker based in London. Formerly a Senior Producer at BBC Learning she is now a PhD researcher peering at wearable electronics. Rain has a background in Fine Art and Electronic Engineering.
This workshop will explore the latest HTML5 canvas technology coupled with browser audio to create interactive web based experimental pages. A basic understanding of HTML is a bonus, however a laptop is required.
Hirsch & Mann is a creative technology consultancy specializing in responsive objects, installations and environments.
Filip Visnjic is an architect, lecturer, curator and a new media technologist born in Belgrade now living in London. He specialises in directing web, new media and architectural projects while also contributing to a number of blogs and magazines about art, design and technology. He is an editor-in-chief at CreativeApplications.Net, art director and curator at Resonate, director at Working Architecture Group and he lectures at a number of universities in the UK.
Bare Conductive was founded by four postgraduate students from the Innovation Design Engineering Course at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London. They focus on the development and manufacture of electrically conductive materials.
Bare Conductive will be talking about their products and how they made it from college to where they are now, and some of the interesting applications they’ve found for conductive ink.
This workshop will cover how to make and use a matchbox pin hole camera with photographer/artist/designer Simon Last.
by Yuri Suzuki
Yuri Suzuki is a sound artist, designer and electronic musician who produces work that explores the realms of sound through exquisitely designed pieces.
Troika is a London based studio founded by Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer and Sebastien Noel who are widely known for their experimental practise, sculptures, installations and projects that provoke and employ a cross-disciplinary approach and intersect between design, architecture, and contemporary installation.
They met while studying at the Royal College of Art and subsequently started their studio in 2003, emerging as an integrated practice that creates work collectively through detailed research, dialogue and experiment.
1st–3rd June 2012