Making and Creative Production Session

Professor Jane Harris was Reader in Digital Textile Design & Media and Director of the Textiles Futures Research Centre at Central St Martins, University of the Arts London (2006-2010).  Her PhD at the Royal College of Art included enquiry into the value of material skills in aesthetically altering the potential of digital imaging media.  Andrew Cornell Robinson is Director of ACR Studios and Faculty at Parsons School of Design in New York.  Robinson’s work is provocative and open-ended.  For his assemblage, he uses drawn images from observation, photographs and historical archives, combining fragments of bold line-drawn characters with humour and reference to a darker psychology.  Michael Eden is a potter combining traditional techniques with digital design and manufacturing and 3D production.  Tom Gallant examines the pathologies underlying the West’s continuing fascination with pornography and collector culture.  His interests in Victorian decorative craft and traditional techniques of Kirigani and print conjoin in his works, in which highly intricate shapes are cut from pages extracted from pornographic magazines.  Lynne Murray works with jewellery, design, manufacture and virtual reality.  Lynne is Brand Director at Holition.  She works closely with global brands to deliver innovative augmented reality solutions for retail.

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