Dr. Helen V. Pritchard

  Dr. Helen V. Pritchard is an associate professor in queer feminist technoscience & digital design at i-DAT, and the programme lead for MRes Digital Art and Technology. Helen’s work considers the impacts of computation on social and environmental justice and how these impacts configure the possibilities for

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The Plurality of Plasma: BioArt as Translation Medium

The Plurality of Plasma: BioArt as Translation Medium

Blue Grindrod presents The Plurality of Plasma: BioArt as Translation Medium at the Poetic Translations conference: Conversations across the plurality of Arts disciplines in Visual Arts Exhibitions Date:16-17 December 2020 Venue: Organised by Solent University, delivered online https://solentva.hypotheses.org/poetic-translations 16 Wednesday 9.30 – 10.00 – Welcome

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Co-Creating Ethical, Inclusive and Sustainable Futures

Co-Creating Ethical, Inclusive and Sustainable Futures

South West Creative Technology Network: Interim Report – September 2020 Co-Creating Ethical, Inclusive and Sustainable Futures. In this Interim report we begin to share our learning and highlight the diversity of impacts that SWCTN has had on building the breadth, connectivity and capacity of the

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James Sweeting

James Sweeting is the Programme Leader for MA Game Design in i-DAT and a lecturer in Game Studies. James is also a PhD Researcher with Transtechnology Research focusing on the implications of nostalgia upon the videogames medium and industry. With research interests including videogame industrial

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Lecturer Positions x 3!

Lecturer Positions x 3!

  Lecturer Positions in: Speculative Game Design / 3D Visualisation, Immersion and Simulation / Interaction Design. Closes: 12/07/2020. Interviews: 29th-3/07/2020.   i-DAT is a vibrant open research lab and teaching collective for playful experimentation with creative technology in the School of Art, Design and Architecture,

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The Urban Improvise

The Urban Improvise

Sloth-bots (http://arch-os.com/projects/slothbot/) feature in Kristian Kloeckl’s new book The Urban Improvise Improvisation-Based Design for Hybrid Cities.     The Urban Improvise Improvisation-Based Design for Hybrid Cities urbanimprovise.com Published by Yale University Press. A book for architects, designers, planners, and urbanites that explores how cities can embrace

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B Aga Automation Prototype

B Aga Automation Prototype

i-DAT’s B Aga awarded a SWCTN Prototype Grant: Immersive Histories: Decoding Complexity   LOOKING FOR THE CLOUD The prototype Looking for the Cloud will explore sustainability and diversity in our current and future relationships with new technologies – particularly automation and machine learning. Looking for the Cloud

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Annie Blanchette

Dr Annie Blanchette is a cultural researcher who works on identity, subjectivity, representation and embodied experience using ethnographic and participatory research methods. Whilst Annie’s past work dealt with the gendered body in consumer culture and ‘nostalgic’ contexts, she is increasingly interested in the embodied self

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Xiaorong Jia

Xiaorong Jia a MRes Digital Arts and Technology student in i-DAT at the University of Plymouth. Through research into 3D animation and virtual interactive games she explores the complex connections and interactions between the city, digital technologies and the public, and how these influence the

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Sylvia Molina

Sylvia Molina. PhDCum Laude in Fine Artsat the University Complutense of Madrid. Currently, I teach New Media (Multimedia)andFinalProjects in theFaculty of Fine Arts of Castilla La Mancha in Cuenca.It is since the early 90s that I research and I develop projects focused on the interaction

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