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MA Computational Arts graduate launches jewellery business crowdfunder
2017 graduate Charlotte Dann has launched a £15,000 Kickstarter campaign for her new jewellery business, which uses cutting-edge 3D-printing technology. Hexatope is a system that allows you to design your own unique jewellery using intuitive interaction with a hexagonal grid. Designs … Continue reading

What do @goldcomputing academics do when they’re not teaching?
When they are not teaching or marking, it’s easy to imagine that our academics just sit quietly in low-power mode, like the A.I. child in Stephen Spielberg’s Artificial Intelligence. But apparently they do something called research. To investigate this phenomena, we invite you to join … Continue reading

Music Computing students explore the sounds of Millennium Bridge
Goldsmiths Music Computing students have released Where Everything is Music, their first album of 2017. In early October, course leader Dr Freida Abtan took her first year Music Computing students for a soundwalk across the Millennium Bridge, which spans the … Continue reading

← Subscribe here to win GUEST, GHOST, HOST: MACHINE! tickets
We’re giving away six tickets worth £10-£15 to the Serpentine Gallery’s all-day marathon of talks, readings and performances on artificial intelligence, machines, trans-humanism and non-linear time. Where: City Hall, Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA When: 10am – 11pm Saturday 7 … Continue reading

Find your way to Computing labs at Goldsmiths
Newcomers sometimes find it difficult to find their way around the Goldsmiths campus, so here’s a video guide to locating our Computing labs: RHB 306, Richard Hoggart Building RHB 306a, Richard Hoggart Building St James Block 3 ground floor Hatchlab, G11 Hatcham St … Continue reading