Anna Frants Takes Part in Tate Exchange Unconference: Digital Making in Arts Curriculum, Practice and Careers

May 17, CYLAND MediaArtLab founder Anna Frants gave a presentation on augmented reality in artistic and curatorial practices during Tate Exchange Unconference. This presentation was largely based on the material from the “HYBRIS. Monsters and Hybrids in Contemporary Art” exhibition, recently opened in Venice.

Images below by Sabrina Faramarzi (source)

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Tate Exchange Unconference provided an opportunity for staff, students, sector and industry to discuss and explore the impacts and challenges of new technologies on art, design and performance in curriculum and practice. Staff, students, sector and industry were invited to join an informal participant-driven discussion which has reflected and built on the experiences of recent Digital Making Art School events at Tate Exchange in February and March 2017 and questioned: How we integrate digital making in arts curriculum & practice?

This event was part of the Digital Making in the Curriculum project, led by CCW Learning, Teaching & Enhancement (CCW-LTE) at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts, UAL. CCW LTE support the Digital Maker Collective a group of artists, designers, staff and students from UAL who explore emerging digital technologies in arts, education, society and the creative industries.

Venue

Tate Exchange

Switch House, Level 5

Date & Time

May 17, 2017 | 12:00–18:00