Sat 9 Sept: Computational Art Family Day


Parents, children, teenagers and teachers are invited to our special family day of Goldsmiths’ MA/MFA Computational Art degree show exhibition.

We all live in a time of incredible technological change. New technologies like 3D printing, dating apps, artificial intelligence, DNA sequencing, virtual reality and big data processing are the way we live and connect with others.

At Goldsmiths, MA/MFA Computational Art students have explored the technological and cultural impacts of computation, and have developed exciting artworks, designs and tools.

This year you’ll encounter interactive sound art, dancing robots, shamanic technology, electronic fabric, glowing crystals, tools for disabled artists & musicians, computer-generated books and jewellery, and a microbiological tour of your intestines.

People of all ages are welcome. Arrive any time between 12noon and 5pm. Please closely supervise children and younger teenagers, as even the most robust artworks are easily damaged.

Where: St James Hatcham Building (‘the church’), Goldsmiths, University of London
When: 12noon-5pm Saturday 9 September 2017
Tickets: Register on Eventbrite


MA/MFA Computational Arts students exhibiting in 2017

About the exhibition
Overlap is the 2017 final degree show for the MA Computational Arts programme at Goldsmiths College, University of London. The weekend long exhibition explores the exciting new waves originating from the intersection of art and technology. It features ground-breaking installations, interactive virtual and augmented realities, and thought-provoking conceptual works by mixed disciplinary artists from fields as diverse as fine art, dance, photography, graphic design, puppetry, sound art, and architecture.

  • Opening night: Thursday 7 September 2017
  • Continues Friday 9 – Sunday 11 September 2017
  • Exhibition website: