The 2019 Schauerman Digital Art Prize goes to Chirag Jindal for his stunning work ‘No 12 The Uncanny’ which we found to be both artistically stunning and technologically exciting.
Over 3000 visitors to this 10-day festival celebrating creative uses of computers and technology.
We opened the doors of The Margate School over the half term week to a huge variety of local creatives and makers enabling them to show their stuff and engage with the public. The festival formed the digital strand of Margate NOW, running in parallel with the Turner Prize.
Our latest Microworld is taking place in the exciting Tanween festival in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Everyone had great fun on this course and we all learnt a lot together, from electronics to hacking toys to creative coding. The prototypes on show raised a lot of interest at the open day.
Responding to Waterloo Festival’s 2019 theme Transforming Being, this moving image exhibition explores the myriad meanings of self-service