I wrote an article about my workshop at the Tate Britain for the Institute of Imagination.
I was invited by Tate Britain to create a workshop with Arts and Technology, where children could play inside the museum.
A workshop where children used conductive ink to make their drawings interact with touch.
I was interviewed by Justina Čiačytė, a first year Graphic Design student at UAL Camberwell, about Virtual Reality and its consequences on society.
It feels to me that it has become a cliché for people to say things like “failing is not a bad thing” or “there’s no such thing as failures”. But do you know why?
I was invited to be part of the first digital day celebrated at Tate Britain, in London. ‘Imagine If‘ focused on learning through playing using technology and the artworks exhibited at the museum. More information about my workshop here.
Fantasy Kids is an incredible theme park in Taichung, Taiwan. I went there and played with children for over a month. More information here.
Junior Lab is an incredible project happening sporadically in Berlin. You can see how I participated here, here and here.
My dream came true: I was one of the artists invited for the 14th Pictoplasma Festival! I gave a lecture about my work, had a solo exhibition and played with the participants, teaching them a little bit of Augmented Reality.
I work for MakEY, a research program funded by the European Union. You can read about my Virtual Reality and childhood research here. More information can be found here and if you want to read the blogposts I’ve written about my work, you can find them here as well.