Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Digital Explorers ll (event)

University College Falmouth and Metropolitan Works present:

Digital Explorers ll
A series of evening events in conjunction with
Autonomatic, an exhibition of digital design from the
3D Digital Production Research Cluster at UCF
7–15 March 2007.

Metropolitan Works
Creative Industries Centre
41 Commercial Road
London E1 1LA
020 7320 1827
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The programme consists of presentations from design practitioners, craftspeople, researchers and technologists. Each evening is themed around the use of digital technology in ceramics, textiles, interiors and architecture, metalwork and jewellery, with some talks featuring demonstrations of cutting-edge digital equipment.

With the aim of inspiring and encouraging further exploration, the 3D Digital Production research cluster at UCF and Metropolitan Works have joined forces to offer this comprehensive programme, introducing innovative creative practices that integrate digital production techniques with established making processes. The cluster supports research that aims to ‘humanise’ processes of digital production such as: digitally capturing human gesture for the development of 3D forms; 'crafting' with 2D and 3D CAD software; and 'drawing' 3D surfaces using computer numerically controlled machinery. Metropolitan Works Creative Industries Centre supports the exploration of new technology in opening up exciting new areas for production and creativity.

Places are free but strictly limited and bookings must be made in advance. Please contact Metropolitan Works to register your place. Tel 020 7320 2832 or email

Thanks to Justin Marshall for the info.

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I am exploring a hybrid form of art and design practice through the use of computer-based design and fabrication tools. I am interested in experimental objects and spaces that are dynamic and responsive and seek to challenge perceptions, expectations and established behavior.

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