The opening night private view for this year’s MA Interaction Design graduation show took place on December 1st in the St James Church at Hatcham, New Cross. For those of you who were not there, there is still a way to experience the atmosphere of the event: going through this Facebook gallery of photos of the evening (taken by Ben Lansky).
And if you were there indeed, don’t hesitate to tag yourself in the images!
This year’s MA Interaction Design show is now over, true, but we still have another interview for you! Andrea Petrucci talked to us about his project on personal information and the way it is being used in today’s society:
What was your background before the MA in Interaction Design course at Goldsmiths?
Naho Matsuda’s project focuses on the hidden, dark thoughts and revenge fantasies that most of us indulge in sometimes. Naho collected stories of such fantasies of murder and revenge and then asked some professionals from other fields to make sense of them: a crime investigation specialist, a private detective, a poet, a designer… Continue reading “MA ID 02: the 2015 Interaction Design show”
Death is understandably a topic that most of us would rather not think about or discuss, but it is also an inescapable part of human experience. Different cultures use varied approaches to help us cope with grief and our fear of death; the graduation project of MA Interaction Design student Shih-Yuan Huang combines resources from several religions and beliefs in a new approach to afterlife practices.