How can the use of technologies enhance children’s learning experience in particular by providing the right tool to teach social skills? Sarah Dousse, MA Communication Design student, is currently researching this topic. READ MORE
You can watch now the walkthrough video of Radical Materiality with some of the master’s students participating in The Postgraduate Degree Show 2017 during the academic year 2016-2017 at Ravensbourne. An exciting event where they had the opportunity to exhibit their master’s projects in front industry guests during 4 days.READ MORE
MA Communication Design alumna Rabia Ali, who was studying with us during the academic year 2016-2017, has created a couple of animation projects for BBC Radio 4. Rabia was contacted by BBC representatives during our Radical Materiality Postgraduate Degree Show! READ MORE
MA Fashion alumna Zoe Burt has been invited to exhibit her work to celebrate International Women’s Day with other international feminist artist. The event is organised by Nasty Women in different cities: New York, Amsterdam, Lisbon and London. An exhitionwhere you will find a range of contemporary artwork including photography, sculpture, craft, fine art, and film whilst raising money for End Violence Against Women.READ MORE
Soa J.Hwang, MA Interactive Digital Media alumna, will be exhibiting in Trajectories’ exhibition until the 8th of March at the Watermans Gallery. Trajectories is a platform for academics, creative practitioners, students and audiences exploring the potential of creative learning and making to help us engage critically in the current and future issues of the world.READ MORE
Lecturer in MA Environment Design, Alberto Villanueva, is exhibiting in Telefónica Foundation Space his research to terraform the planet Mars using architecture and 3D printing as environmental tools. Research started in 2015 at Ravensbourne and which has included collaborations with different international companies and institutions. An exhibition where were selected the research projects of NASA and Sir Norman Foster.READ MORE
Judit Florenciano’s MA Wearable Futures project Techosmetics: Synthetic Skin Salon uses speculative design to explore what the impact of biotechnological advancements might be on how we represent and relate to the human body.
Techosmetics: Synthetic Skin Salon is a concept installation where viewers are encouraged to handle and choose from an archive of bioengineered ‘skin’ samples. This fictional cosmetic enhancement service offers procedures to genetically modify human skin, providing a space for analysis and critique of such ideas. READ MORE
You can watch the interviews with some of the master’s students participating in The Postgraduate Degree Show 2017 during the academic year 2016-2017 at Ravensbourne. Their experiences after they prepared their and exhibit their final research projects.READ MORE
It’s cold outside, but just before we start looking forward to the holiday season, it’s time for a sneak peek to see how busy our current postgraduate students have been during the first five-week cycle of the 2017/ 2018 year.
Four projects were presented in response to the brief ‘Accomplices’ – Avatars and other Alter Egos, a glimpse into students’ READ MORE
Fernanda Martins Valério, of MA Wearable Futures, considers the stark reality of climate change and the devastating impact of human activity upon the balance of the planet.
With seven billion of Earth’s inhabitants consuming at the same rate as the United States, for example, a number of important minerals would be gone in less than 20 years. READ MORE
For her MA Communication Design project, Spatial Identity, Geli Luna reinterprets a musical artist’s visual identity through an immersive spatial experience.
Influenced by theories of depth and perception by Richard Gregory, the anamorphic art of Tjeerd Alkema and the Op art paintings of Bridget Riley, Luna applied her fascination with physical space and knowledge of 3D design to Spatial Identity.
Taking the band Alt-J as case study, Spatial Identity reimagines the band’s performances READ MORE
Zoe Alexandria Paton Burt looks at the power of words and identity in her MA Fashion project, Mind Your F*cking Language. To explore perceptions of gender and sexuality, Paton Burt shared her questions with others, asking them to remember in particular their own experiences of hearing sexist language. READ MORE
Join us from 6pm on 19 September to celebrate the opening of Radical Materiality, a curated exhibition of postgraduate work exploring the altering role of convergence between the digital and physical and its impact on how we create artefacts and shape experiences.READ MORE