To investigate novel forms of interaction and media design we look into craft as a cultural practice, hands-on experience, and a creative form of new materialism at work. This work is largely conducted in the Studio classes of the group.
The Digital World and Image Group focuses on two main areas: virtual spaces and real-time imagery gathered from them. We see game spaces and game media as important forms of self-expression. That is why we work to improve creative access and the expressive range available in interactive digital media such as games. Research is conducted in a combination of theory, analysis, and practical experimentation.