- Mapping Sanctuaries, an exhibition of work by Alaa Alsaraji (BA Design 2016) is on at P21 Gallery in London from 29 October to 14 November 2020. The show is a collection of digital illustrations and sound pieces exploring the notions of safety and the spaces that exist between isolation and belonging within Muslim communities.
- The Dovetail Joints Virtual Gallery is now hosting an online exhibition by SWM Collective, which includes Megan Watson (BA Design 2020).
- Linnea Strid (BA Design 2013) talks about her journey wanting to be an artist and becoming a designer instead, in this Spotify podcast.
- Alumnus and former Goldsmiths Design researcher Dave Cameron is quoted in this It’s Nice That piece on technology for working from home.
- “Home Is”, a documentary directed by David Jack Fenton (BA Design 2017) was streamed live, followed by a Q&A with David and Neena Patel, chair of the Barnet Asian Women’s Association, on 17 October.
- On The Double Negative website, Goldsmiths Design lecturer Nicholas Mortimer is interviewed by Yin Ying Kong (BA Design 2018).
If you missed the live events that BA Design third year students ran last week as part of their online graduation showcase “Hey, look, something is happening“, you can catch up via their YouTube channel with the Q&A session from the Screenings event (above), as well as the full Happenings event (below).
Goldsmiths BA Design Class of 2020 are excited to invite you to the launch week of Hey, Look, Something is Happening, which begins on Monday 22nd June.
You can check out their podcast Hey, Listen, Something is Happening here.
The website www.heylooksomethingishappening.com will go live on Wednesday 24th June. In the meantime, and in the future, you can keep up with student projects via instagram @heylooksomethingishappening
Three live events are taking place over the course of next week, details and links below:
This year’s graduating Design students will present their outcomes online starting 22 June, under the title “Hey, look, something is happening!” Until then, the blog gives you a peek at the work that will be on display. Today, we’re highlighting Tatyana Eastap-Johnson:
Intermundium is a table top role-playing game that uses mask making and character building to explore the mundane and the etiquettes observed in online role playing games.