Conductive Ink – Interactions Project

Since using the Bare Conductive ink for his interim project, Christian Witternigg’s work has been featured on the gallery of inspiring projects at BareConductive.com. Read about “Enter the Void” here.

http://www.bareconductive.com/make/enter-the-void/touchme1_1000x500-720x415

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Interactive Audio Installation – Hyper Seeing

Chelsea Graduate, James Holland was invited to create a new version of his interactive audio installation for the Hyper Seeing group exhibition at the CAFA museum in Beijing. 10364107_689482324440887_10324023909069416_n 10516894_689482211107565_5856224417830492757_n

Memories of the Future Publication

A publication made as creative participation within the Memories of the Future conference, 2nd and 3rd may 2014. The publication set out to create a ‘dialogue’ with the conference delegates by exploring 8 of the conference paper presentations in advance of the event. Visual and textual responses made by the students were designed and edited together into one publication. We are particularly excited by this opportunity as it allows Masters students to collaborate with leading academic experts from around the world from different disciplines, as well as giving the students a project to co – design. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the publication after the conference please email <s.jain@arts.ac.uk>. MOF dsc011

Graduate Designs Exhibition Identity for London Show

2013 Graduate, Prudence Djajadi designed the identity and exhibition layout for The Indonesian Product Design Network, PalapaNetwork at the Barge House, Oxo Towers in London. The exhibition featured Indonesia’s best 30 current designers. October 2013

Prudence graduated from MAGDC with a highly inventive idea for audience participation and digital interaction project called ‘Action’. Read further about her digital and graphic design practice on her website http://prudencedjajadi.com/

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European Street Design Challenge

A team of students from MA Graphic Design Communications and MA Interior Spatial Design  from Chelsea, developed this adventurous idea, Water Lilly Multi User Platform and early prototype for the European Street Design Challenge 2013, held again in Paris, as part of the Futur en Seine Festival. The Water Lilly proposal had both physical constructs and digital elements (physical computing and online communications)

Team members were: Prudence Djajadi (Indonesia), Antzelina Papaioannou (Greece), Haobo Chen (China), Hiroshi Ito (japan).

See their wonderful results in the slideshow

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