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DTA Research Seminar Series 2022-23 – Research Frameworks #1
9th November 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
WED NOV 9TH 3.30-5.00P.M : CA204 – BEGINNINGS – How do projects start? What are the catalysts for interesting research projects? (Michael Day, Alke Groeppel-Wegener)
BEGINNINGS – How do projects start? What are the catalysts for interesting research projects?#
WED NOV 9 TH 3.30–5.00P.M : CA204
DR. MICHAEL DAY. Michael is an artist, researcher, lecturer, and occasional curator. He is interested in the ways that digital technologies can structure experience, and produces artworks that explore relationships between technology and agency. Michael’s practice is interdisciplinary and uses a range of media and technologies, including digital media, sound, installation, electronics and print.
DR. ALKE GRÖPPEL–WEGENER. Alke is Associate Professor of Creative Academic Practice at Staffordshire University, where her teaching focus is Animation Studies. Her research interests are two–fold: within Learning and Teaching she explores the links between creative and academic practice, developing a number of visual analogies and creative activities to help students understand ‘hidden’ academic practice. Alke’s
other research interest is Experience Design, with a particular interest in theme parks