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Digital Arts (FACE-TO-FACE and ONLINE)


“Digital technology is so deeply embedded into wider creative practice, that it is no longer thought of as simply a tool. It is with this benchmark that the Digital Arts course sets an agenda that challenges the traditional sub-cultures of creative practice. By using concept and medium, this year’s students dispute any simple definition of the term ‘Digital Arts’.

This show presents the work of face to face and online students. They have collaborated across the classroom and across the oceans, from Canada to Greece to Peckham. This collaboration took the form of group crits, the sharing of blogs and challenges to traditional notions of practice and theory. Confidence and critical assessment of their work has been developed through several self initiated exhibitions.

The end of year show is the fruition of a sustained period of project development. Every individual has been pushed into areas of research they had not anticipated, and to learn skills they thought would be impossible. These students have travelled together a long way, and peer to peer support has been vital in developing a strong sense of the group, and in producing this show.”

Andy Stiff
Senior Lecturer in Digital Arts

Digital Arts Wikispace
Digital Arts Webpage

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Ayhan Oensal –             – Bob Milner –              –Brian Morris

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Chris Lawrence –               – Dan Fone–           – David MacWilliam

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Julian Jans–                                           – Kenji Ko

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Mieko Takanami–              – Nan Zhang–             – Patrizio Spadoni

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Simon Ball–                   – Susana Anagua–             – Tim Pickup

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Toi Ng –                     – Wei Wen–                      – Zai Tang


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