Last week, the 2016 class of the MA in Interaction Design at Goldsmiths exhibited their graduation projects in the St James Hatcham gallery at New Cross. You can see more photos of the student work and the opening evening on our Facebook page.
The 2016 graduation show for the MA in Interaction Design at Goldsmiths will be open between 7-10 December in the St James Hatcham Gallery in New Cross, under the title “Tangled Systems”. The work of this year’s graduating class tackles a wide range of topics and themes, investigating sleep, time, senses and emotions, and contemporary issues such as climate change and surveillance.
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?
I did my BA in Media Art back in Italy. My focus had always been on analogue and multimedia installations. I started to experiment with Interaction Design for my graduation project, focusing on tangible interfaces. Basically, the concept was being able to do video editing using objects instead of a screen interface. That lighted up an interest in Interaction Design that brought me to Goldsmiths.Read More »