Goldsmiths Digital Studios is a hub of radical experimentation, fundamental investigations and innovative practices, forging links between digital technologies and artistic practice. It is a crucible for original theories, new departures in the technological arts and pioneering, and commercially viable, sustainable software products.
Leading academic specialists with interests in computing, art, music, design and culture staff the Studios. The staff work closely with artists and digital media professionals - from the culture industries, film production, design consultancies, museums and galleries, interactive media content providers, software development houses, and hardware design laboratories - to explore and extend the use of today’s digital technology and to define and implement the art and design technologies of tomorrow.
Goldsmiths Digital Studios has two sites: one, purpose built, as part of Goldsmiths’ Ben Pimlott Building and one, in partnership with BT, in the Research Laboratories in Martlesham Heath, Suffolk.
Goldsmiths Digital Studios is also a facility and fieldsite for research in the CAST (Centre for Creative and Social Technologies) based in the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Goldsmiths Digital Studios is jointly directed by Janis Jefferies (Professor of Visual Arts) and Robert Zimmer (Professor of Computing).
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