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thoughts and practices from Ravensbourne’s

POSTGRADUATE COMMUNITY

Videomapping workshop

Our postgraduate students have participated in a videomapping workshop deliverd by Blanca Regina. This workshop introduces projection mapping looking at the history of image projection, its language, techniques and its application in performances, installations and events.READ MORE

Simona Knuchel – Lost in the Story

From the 1800s until the late 1980s, hundreds of thousands of Swiss children were taken from their parents and placed in ‘administrative custody’, exploited for cheap agricultural or domestic labour as ‘contract children’ or verdingkinder. Swiss children were subject to this state intervention if they were illegitimate, orphaned, or simply born into a poor family. READ MORE

Pryscila Cromeyer – Dress Well

Moved by the refugee crisis in Calais, France, MA Communication Design student Pryscila Cromeyer wanted to create a project which would directly help those affected. Dress Well is an app and service concept designed to improve and hasten the overall process of donating clothing to the refugee community in Calais.READ MORE

Daniel Kim – Diary of a Fly

“What would it feel like to be a fly?” Daniel Kim wonders in his MA/MSc Interactive Digital Media project. ‘Diary of a Fly is a concept that Kim has developed into a virtual reality film and game in which the story is told from the perspective of READ MORE

Koonpol Podhisita – Culturalphabet

Culturalphabet, designed by MA Communication Design graduate, Koonpol Podhisita, uses beautiful illustrations to bring to life the twenty one consonant sounds that make up the Thai language. Podhisita’s project encourages more than just the routine memorisation of words and rules of grammar to increase vocabulary.READ MORE

Zhongshu Zhang – Pierrot in Nature

Has an overwhelmingly fast-fashion, consumerism-driven fashion industry effectively blunted the means of resisting conformity through style? Where subcultural signs and styles have been co-opted by the corporate mainstream, what does rebelliousness even look like these days? READ MORE

Jason Taylor – Bionic Tool Kit

“When Msc Applied Technologies student Jason Taylor was diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia, a late diagnosis meaning resultant nerve damage and a future where he may need to undergo amputation of one or both of his arms, his response was to use design in order to continue his design career.READ MORE

Superhuman – 20th of September 2016

During an era within which technical automatisms deftly merge into our everyday lives, we’re often speculating about the exact kind of future we’re hurtling towards. Technologies continue to augment around us at lightening speed;READ MORE

MA Fashion Film – 2016

Fashion film featuring 2016 MA Fashion graduates’ work: Zoe Burt, Natalia Nicolau, Zhongshu Zhang, Ming-Yang Ma, Siyue Xu, Laura Perry and Sara Sakamuri.

Produced by Brigitta Zics and Beatrice Newman. Made by Anomalousvisuals.

The future of fashion with Couture-in-orbit

On 13th of April, Ravensbourne welcomed the European Space Agency and the Science Museum London to select the looks for the Couture in Orbit show. We took our chance to introduce the ideas behind the technology and function focused accessories, garments and stories which have been developed by a range of students:READ MORE

MA Fashion: Lookbook 2016

“MA Fashion at Ravensbourne has innovation at its heart and is the key place to explore traditional design skills in synergy with sophisticated entrepreneurial thinking. READ MORE

Alumni noted by the Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts has noted one of our postgraduate’s alumnus and part of our tutors, Alberto Villanueva, as one of “the five things you need to know this month – the top READ MORE

David Bowie – Life on Mars

Such sad news. RIP David Bowie. Always our hero. One of our favorite alumnus has died of cancer after his 69th birthday on 8 January.READ MORE

Alumni – Mike Alger

When I began the course, I was interested in the emerging technology of virtual reality. It was nice that I was allowed to work on a technology that wouldn’t traditionally be part of a film and animation course. Because there were so few people working on VR interfacesREAD MORE

Alberto Villanueva – Mars UTOPIA

Living in (much-debated) Anthropocene era, this geological epoch is one arguably defined by human activity and its impact upon the planet. Those in climate-change denial should look away now. Mars Utopia: What Happens if you Make a Mistake With a Planet? READ MORE

Ana Mićković – Good vibrations

In 2013, Wired magazine reported on the first laboratory synthesized compound that appeared to behave in “uncannily lifelike ways”. After exposure to light and chemicals, the compound produced crystals that moved, broke apart and began to reform. “There is a blurry frontier between active and alive,” noted biophysicist Jérémie Palacci of New York University.READ MORE