CYLAND MediaArtLab showed two interactive projects at the CCW Digital Maker Week on May 19, 2016. CCW Digital Maker Week is an event organised by CCW Digital Learning, Teaching & Enhancement at University of the Arts London (UAL) supports interest led digital interdisciplinary arts projects across Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon Colleges of Art (CCW).
CCW arts staff and students in collaboration with the tech industries and arts sector explore and critique digital making and emergent digital practice through regular interdisciplinary interest led group meet-ups and events. Specialist groups support and share unique perspectives of digital making in the arts and aim to foster a co-produced, participatory approach to public engagement and develop new research and perspectives on an enquiry led interdisciplinary curriculum.
CYLAND MediaArtLab artist, Alexandra Dementieva, and programmer, Sergey Komarov, presented “Orbis Quartus” an interactive installation project based on face recognition technology, and Phillip Avetisov will demonstrate “Patterns of the Mind”, a project by Ivan Govorkov and Daniil Frants.
Our team also provided the opportunity to communicate LIVE with Professor Ivan Govorkov in St. Petersburg and Daniil Frants in New York during project presentation.
Here’s the report from CYLAND presentation at CCW Digital Maker Week. Photography by Anna Frants.