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Line up of staff, students & alumni representing UAL Digital Maker Collective at MozFest 16

The Digital Maker Collective University of the Arts London are really pleased to be taking part in MozFest 2016. The world's leading festival for the open internet movement. The Digital Maker Collective will be joining influential thinkers from around the world to build, debate, and explore the future of a healthy internet.

Mozilla Festival (MozFest) October 28-30, 2016 • Ravensbourne College, London

Join us on Saturday afternoon at the Mozilla Festival in the Digital Arts and Culture Space. Part meet-up & part mini Jam, members of the collective will bring along live projects they are working on and demo & discuss these with participants, whilst also exploring related connections across the collective digital projects, concepts & technologies. 

Mozilla also invited the Digital Maker Collective to be one of our 3 designated tables at the Science Fair on the Friday evening.

The below members will be involved in events at MozFest on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th and will be present throughout the weekend:

Chris Follows - Digital Maker Collective UAL Event lead/organiser (Digital Learning manager at UAL, Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon, CCW)

Daniel Bandfield (Chelsea FA student)

Rosie Munro Kerr (Wimbledon Alumni & Digital Maker in Residence) 

Demonstrating how otherwise individual art practices can interact with each other using the "Internet of Things". Expect contactless interaction and dynamic, virtual worlds.

Jennet Thomas (Artist &  BA Wimbledon Fine Art: Print & Time-Based Media Senior Lecturer) & Alejandro Escobar (Camberwell MA Arts Digital student) - We will reveal the processes behind the experimental video work 'Animal Condensed>Animal Expanded #1' which makes creative uses of the glitches in the process of making a full body 3D scan of a strangely costumed performer. Using more DIY methods- 200 hand held still photographs-(Photogrammetry)  taken around a costumed performer (will be wearing one of the costumes on the day maybe), it produced some curious technical results that further inspired the ideas in the video work – a poetic exploration of a kind of  biotechnoviolation.

Nicola Rae - (Artist & Academic Support at Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon) with the hacking/coding skills of Grzesiek Sedek (Artist/programmer and Technical Specialist Staff Wimbledon): Interactive Arduino oscilloscopes are visualised on OLED screens and respond to participant contact and sound, as well as the alternating electricity current at MozFest.

There are also glitched oscillation-inspired texts scrolling on different OLED screens. The YouTube accessible codes for these Arduino OLED screens were hacked and altered a number of times to activate non-functioning code and initiate glitching. Audience interaction is welcomed as well as discussions about Open Source coding strategies.


Grzesiek Sedek (Artist/programmer & Technical Specialist Staff Wimbledon)

Grzesiek will be sharing his research into bio feedback device to measure galvanic skin responses.

Gemma La Rocca (BA Spatial Design Chelsea student)

Kristina Thiele (BA Spatial Design Chelsea student)

Jimena Cieza De Leon Del Aguila (BA Spatial Design Chelsea student)

Virtual Spatial Design - Interaction with virtual architecture and interior models using virtual space - help create an interior and architecture interactive project using Tiltbrush and Vive HTC with students, 3Dmodels (objfiles) imported in to virtual space.


Joey Phinn (Camberwell staff & Chelsea Alumni) - & Saskia Little (Chelsea Alumni) A glimpse into the mythologies and practices behind Freyron Collective and how its themes tie into larger conceptual frameworks and contemporary artistic practices of today. Includes a small 3D printed model of the studio with arduino interaction, LEDs and a prerecorded Freyron broadcast. Also with a laptop demonstration of part of our website (WIP) and various 2D imagery/paper representations of our blueprints, writings, etc (Members taking part at MozFest Saturday Only)

Come along and meet with members of the Digital Maker Collective, an interdisciplinary interest led, gathering of arts staff, students and alumni from the University of the Arts London. The Collective explore and critique digital making and emergent digital practice through collaboration and the sharing economy. 

At MozFest members of the Collective will share art school perspectives of digital practice as well as exploring related connections across digital projects, concepts & technologies. Expect environment-mapping, interactive virtual worlds, creative uses of glitches, utopian art schools, photogrammetry, bio feedback devices, web & artistic agency and art school play with virtual reality HTC vive/Tiltbrush.

The Digital maker Collective also aim to build contacts and attract potential collaborators for future work such as the Tate Exchange events in 2017. Participants who are interested in collaborating are welcome to join the collective

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