CATALYST Digital Arts Computing degree show

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This May, you are invited to CATALYST, Goldsmiths’ third annual BSc Digital Arts Computing exhibition.

This year our students demonstrate their imagination and skill in working across a diverse range of media including textiles, live performance, live streaming, 3D printed sculpture, virtual reality, sound and scents.

Expect robot children, interactive hairdressing, smell-o-vision, CCTV psychodrama, textiles, a virtual metal band and robotic sculptures.

Where: St James Hatcham (the church), New Cross SE14 6AD. Map
Opening night: 5.30-9.30pm Thursday 4 May 2017
Exhibition continues: 10am-4pm Friday 5 May 2017

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Programme leader Dr Simon Katan explains: “What binds this collection of works together is that each of them constitutes an integral engagement with computation and responds to the challenge of how to make art through code.

“This is the first graduate show for BSc Digital Arts Computing. The degree was conceived to nurture a new generation of artists who are not only conversant with computational processes and techniques, but also develop a critical understanding of the socio-economic effects of computation and its expressive potential within the world of art.”