MA Digital Media Arts 2019
6-13 July 2019
University of Brighton
Presented in partnership with Lighthouse
The 2019 Digital Media Arts MA graduate show is titled Existentia and features work from a diverse group of artists. The exhibition features a variety of media including virtual reality, interactive installation, augmented reality and internet art.
Date: July 6-13
Time: Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm, Sunday: 12 – 4pm
Location: University of Brighton Grand Parade Campus, BN2 9JA
Alberto is a passionate designer and media artist with north western Spanish heritage.
Alex is a multidisciplinary artist and founder of WhyWeCreate.co.uk: inspiring positive change through art and story.
Chie is a computer scientist working with a mixture of digital and analogue media through augmented reality.
Chimin is a creative designer who specializes in motion-graphics and graphic-design.
Gülce Selin Sözmen
A visual communication designer from Turkey. Her main focus and areas of interest are in interactive design and installation art.
Maddy Gale has a background in Textile Design. She has used her understanding of design principles and eye for colour to create beautiful aesthetics and hand-drawn components for her digital artwork.
Rylee is an experienced communications professional and freelance graphic designer. She is a communications professional with advanced skills in graphic design, strategic planning and social media marketing.
Shizuka is a web designer who is interested in digital art and using the latest technologies, specifically projection mapping and augmented reality. After finishing her MA, she looks forward to working in her area of study with hopes of contributing to society.
Zihao is a graphic designer who is most interested in video editing and coding. For his final project, he will be creating an interactive installation allowing visitors to explore the solar system.
Zore is an artist who was born in Tehran in 1967 and currently lives and works in Eastbourne. Her artworks present and reflect all the women that were suppressed and strives to support them through their struggles.
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