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Between 1999 and 2003 Fast-uk contributed biennial exhibitions to the international Intersculpt project in the Northwest of England. For 2006 Fast-uk and folly have partnered to present the exhibition, 'Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders' which moves on from the legacy of Intersculpt, to explore the possibilities afforded to artists, architects, designers, and others for the creation of new types of objects, buildings, and products stemming from the increasing use of and integration between digital technologies for design and fabrication. The converging and blurring of traditional disciplinary boundaries is made possible by these technologies, from rapid prototyping to the use of generative and algorithmic software for design. With 'Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders', Fast-uk and folly present the work of practitioners at the cutting edge of these developments.

John Marshall, Fast-uk
john@fastuk.org.uk
http://designedobjects.blogspot.com/

Justin Marshall "Morse" 2006

 
 


Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders Symposium
An opportunity to hear a selection of practitioners participating in the Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders exhibition talk about their work and discuss how digital technologies have enabled a convergence of disciplines, creative practice and production techniques.

This symposium is free, but booking is essential. To book, telephone 01524 388550 or email enquiries@folly.co.uk

Venue: St. Martin's College, Lancaster Campus, Bowerham Road , Lancaster LA1 3JD

Date: Thursday 28 September, 1 - 5pm

 
     
 
Grow Your Own Media Lab in 3D - Julian Oliver
A free one day workshop on the use of Blender, an open source 3D graphics software package used for modelling, animation, post-production, interactive content creation and playback. Blender is available for all major operating systems and can be downloaded for free.

Julian Oliver is a New Zealand-born artist, free software developer, teacher, composer and media-theorist. He has presented papers and artworks at numerous international electronic art events and conferences, and has led workshops and master classes in game-design, virtual architecture, interface design, augmented reality and open source development practices worldwide.

This workshop is free, but booking is essential. To book, telephone 01524 388550 or email enquiries@folly.co.uk

Venue: St. Martin's College, Lancaster Campus, Bowerham Road , Lancaster LA1 3JD , 01524 384384

Date: Tuesday 17 October 9:30am - 4:30pm

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