Updated 70 days ago
Today, many design disciplines are incorporating elements of digital interaction in their work, and this is all to the good. As different electronic and computing technologies increasingly pervade our lives, there is a growing need for products and systems that are approachable and enjoyable, as well as useful. It is such concerns that informed the initial development of this programme, and we still focus on the expressive and communicative possibilities of digital technologies. At the same time, however, we are broadening our horizons, and beginning to apply our methods and tactics to a wider range of issues. For instance, we are keen to explore the design potential of biotechnology and nanotechnology, both of which are now moving out of the research laboratory and into everyday life. We also aim to design interactions (or frame debates) of a different kind - between people and possible futures, and between design and other fields of art and science.
Also known as: Picture Box Photography & Design