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Digital Design at V&A

A reminder to our readers that the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum opens this coming Saturday! Claire Taylor’s Latin(o) American Digital Art Project will be participating in the event which runs from  Saturday 26 – Sunday 27 September 2015 , 10.30 –17.00. The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project will be presenting This … Continue reading

Introducing Ailsa Peate

The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, welcomes this month Ailsa Peate to the research team. Ailsa is currently a doctoral student at the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Liverpool, working under Claire’s supervision. Ailsa will be working as postgraduate Research Assistant for the Latin(o) American Digital Art … Continue reading

The DLAC Network

The eagle-eyed amongst our readers will have noticed that our research collaboration has undergone a name change and a re-vamp over the summer, with new images to match. Our old name, the Latin American Cyberculture Project, has been updated to the Digital Latin American Cultures Network, to reflect more accurately what we do. Our network … Continue reading

Tickets for V&A Digital Design

Tickets for the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London are now available on Event Brite. Now in its fifth year, the V&A Digital Design Weekend brings together artists, designers, engineers and scientists celebrating the intersections of art, design and technology. The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, are participating … Continue reading

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