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Body Pixel Deborah Hustic technology, interviews, wearable, blog, artist, beta
Deborah Hustic aka body pixel – artist, blogger, web dreamer… working with analogue and digital media. Holds MA in Comparative Literature and Ethnology, thesis on the topic of Butoh. Trained in graphic design; workshops in the fields of photography, dance, computer arts, semantic web, podcasts, textile arts, dance criticism, wearable technology, etc. For 15 years involved in new media. Interested in interactive performance and motion, wearable technology and the usage of new media art in performative context, DIY and free culture movement.
Danish Design School (Danish Design School) craft, art, Materials and Interaction, Design Values, Design Theory and Methods, research, design school, innovative shaping
The education and research programmes are organized in four centres: Centre for Fashion Design, Centre for Industrial Design, Centre for Communication Design and Centre for Arts and Crafts. We offer a wide series of study programmes, covering different approaches to design: visual communication, fashion design, industrial design, branding, furniture design, spatial design, textile design, design for digital media, ceramics, glass design and design for film and TV.
Digital Media Culture Lab Catherine Elvin (Culture Lab-Newcastle University) research, lab, culture, digital media
The Digital Media Master of Research (MRes) programme is a flexible, creative course in the latest interactive technologies, new media theory, and exploratory media art practice. Working closely with Digital Media staff members, the course offers a supportive community for practice-based research, encouraging innovation and active engagement with the wider cultural sector.
Lost Values (Distance Lab) 2008 events, collaborations, designers, team, craft, technology, distance lab, shop online, wearable, jewellery, interiors, lighting, type wear, diy, solar, costumized, limited editions, previews, news, smart textile, garment, apparel
-Founded and Directed by designer-maker Elena Corchero, Lost Values holds the vision of innovating craft by melding it with technology and vice versa, to inspire a future where design is environmental and emotional yet smart and playful. Qualities that she believes are important aspects of life but are being forgotten in the quest for faster and more convenient products. - Distance Lab is a creative research organisation bringing together digital media technology, design and the arts to redefine and overcome the disadvantages of distance in learning, health care, relationships, culture and other domains.
Piet Zwart Instituut Florian Cramer (Hogeschool Rotterdam) moving image billboards displays, database film technologies, DVDs, cross-media narratives combining feature film and game projects, mobile-phone movies, gallery installations, Streaming media, digital work, wdka, design, craft, digital media, academy, master, site-specific projection projects, students, critical research, development new technical approaches, sustained project work
This Masters programme will be a stimulating and supportive context for your development as an innovative creator of distinctive moving and still images. The courseís mixture of critical research, development of new technical approaches, and sustained project work is designed to give you the opportunity to develop the original portfolio of work you will need to succeed in todayís highly competitive media environments.
Smart Lab Digital Media Institute (University of East London) 2005 creative industry, event, lab
SMARTlab moved to UEL in November 2005, and has run a number of major international week-long seminar events, which have attracted many speakers and Creative Industry representatives. For the past five years it has gained recognition as one of the worldís leading Practice-based Phd Programmes, and is viewed as an incubator for the next generation of talent and high level scholarship in the ëArtScií domain.
Suzi Webster Suzi Webster new media, installation, artist, critique
As a new media installation artist, Suzi Webster's practice is concerned with exploring and critiquing the ways in which technologies, specifically but not solely digital technologies, impact and shape our experiences of being human. In particular, Webster is excited by the possibilities offered by digital media to create work that is collaborative, responsive and dynamic, rather than fixed and static, and that undermines traditional fine art distinctions based on medium specificity. Her current research interests center around wearables that explore intersections between sculpture and performance, fashion and computing, the body and its context, public and private, in a critical way.
The Patchingzone Anne Nigten (The Patchingzone) materials, laboratory, master, doctor, post doc students, professionals, students, reseacher, creative use of high-tech, digital media, information technology
The Patchingzone is a transdisciplinary laboratory for innovation where Master, doctor, post-doc students and professionals from different backgrounds create meaningful content. In our laboratories the students and researchers work together, supervised by experts, on commissions with creative use of high-tech materials, digital media and / or information technology.
Valerie Lamontagne Valerie Lamontagne concordia university, wearable technology, curator, critic, researcher, artist, digital media art, design, computation art
Valerie Lamontagne is a Montreal-based performance and digital media artist, freelance art critic and independent curator. She received an MFA from Concordia University (Montreal) where she presently teaches in Design and Computation Arts and she is a co-founder of the media arts collective MobileGaze. She is presently a Ph.D. candidate at Concordia University with the Topological Media Lab investigating "Relational and Ubiquitous Performance Art".