Recordings of the events are available to watch here on the website. Information on the events is available below.
Opening Night Showcase
Featuring Digital Arts Computing Students
An online exhibition opening hangout and livestream celebrating selected works by participating artists through a back-to-back spotlight of artworks in the form of a commentary exchange relay.
Saturday, 8 May 2021
Traversing the Binaries: Unstable States and Dual Truths
Featuring Paula Strunden, Julia Greenway, Ibiye Camp
Moderated by Yasmin Morgan
An online panel discussion on the topic of technology-driven digital, networked art practices and their relationship to and potential disruption of existing conventions of space, architecture, and time.
PhD researcher based between Amsterdam and Vienna creating multisensory mixed reality installations, exploring the imaginary potential of architecture between virtual and physical realms. Her room-scale XR installations have been exhibited at design and film festivals internationally, including the Royal Academy of Arts, Estonian Museum of Architecture, MU Artspace Eindhoven and Eye Film museum Amsterdam. Studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture and worked for Raumlabor and Herzog & de Meuron, Associate of Store, co-founder of Soft Bodies and the educational XR program Virtual Fruits.
Independent curator originally from Detroit, Michigan with a focus on how digital media influences the aesthetic presentation of gender, economics, and environment. Her curatorial practice began with Interstitial, in Seattle, Washington going on to be named the 2017-2018 Curator-in-Residence with Disjecta Contemporary in Portland, Oregon. Upon relocating to London in 2018 to pursue an MFA in Curating at Goldsmiths, she independently produced Gery Georgieva’s UWU Channel Radiance at Cubitt Artists and Joey Holder’s Semelparous at Springhealth Leisure Centre in early 2020.
British Nigerian artist based in London following a Masters in Architecture from the Royal College of Art in 2019, Ibiye co-teaches with Dele Adeyemo and Dámaso Randulfe at the Royal College of Art. Together they run an Architecture Design Studio called Demonic Shores – Imaginaries of Indeterminacy in the Age of Logistics examining the tension between logistics and spaces of indeterminacy. Ibiye’s work forms an investigation into new technologies and the built environment. She utilizes architectural tools to create sound, video, and augmented reality to highlight the biases and conflicts of technology.