CAMILLE BAKER 2016
Building on the discoveries from Hacking the Body Part 1, this project produced two functional and aesthetic wearable tech garment for dance with specific soft circuit sensors worn at a performance funded by Arts Council England.
ROSE GRIDNEFF 2016
This research project brings together six UK based HE design schools and combines a traditional understanding of letterpress composition with a contemporary approach to design education.
SUE PERKS 2016
Produced with Nicola Whittingham, Timelines in Design is an introductory course which introduces International postgraduate students to key elements of western design culture through a linguistic programme which seeks to build confidence in language and critical thinking skills.
JAMES TRAFFORD 2015
A series of four, monthly open and informal ‘curated’ discussion forums at Tate Britain considering the relation between aesthetics and new forms of realism within post-Continental philosophy followed by three large scale public events consisting of seminars, curated art, and music.
MIREILLE FAUCHON 2015
A modern day pilgrimage, reimagining The Canterbury Tales to uncover a contemporary social narrative told through drawing, photography, painting, moving image and sound.