13th March 2018
Digital Media and Art and Design students collaborated with UAL Chelsea College students for the Tate Exchange Project 2018.
The Tate Exchange Project is a global, collaborative exhibition re-imagining the role of the arts in an age of rapid technological change and explores how, through the arts, we can move beyond everyday consumption and technology as a spectacle.
The Digital Maker Collective are a group of artists, designers, staff and students from the University of the Arts London (UAL) who explore emerging digital technologies in arts, education, society and the creative industries.
Combining creative learning, teaching innovation and acceleration of digital skills the students explored the human condition through interaction with AI, VR and Gaming.
Contributors transformed the Tate Exchange into a large, public tech innovation hub. Themes of the exhibition included, ‘Are Humans Sustainable?’, ‘What is the Future of Interaction?’, and ‘Will Technology Enslave us or Save us?’ Visitors also had opportunity to get hands-on with technology exploration and rapid prototyping.
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