In 2016, the CityVerve project set out with a goal to increase meaningful citizen participation in the Smart City and Internet of Things
How can an artist-led approach create opportunities to consider and challenge how we use new technologies in unusual ways? Research Associate, Jason Crouch, extols the virtues of creative conversation, collaboration and new communities at STARTS Day, Ars Electronica 2018
Later this month, FAULT LINES Artist Matthew Rosier will bring Macclesfield’s historic 108 Steps to life with a playful, projection-mapped installation
Our highlights from the first ever York Mediale…
How can artistic intervention help us explore innovation and challenge siloed thinking in the complex world of data systems?
A brand new event packed with big ideas and thought-provoking debate around creative leadership and cultural democracy
Drew has been appointed to a prestigious new post as a Chancellor’s Fellow at University of Edinburgh, where he will help to found the Edinburgh Futures Institute
In 2017, two of our FAULT LINES cohort — Kasia Molga and Ling Tan — were successful in applying to be resident artists in European Commission Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation projects as part of the VERTIGO programme.
We’re thrilled to announce that the V&A\s Irini Papadimitriou will soon be joining the team as our new Creative Director
The VERTIGO STARTS Artistic Residencies Program organises collaborations between artists and research and development (R&D) projects in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
How can new technologies help shape the future of assisted living?
Service Designer Ali Rome shares an overview on the importance of Data, along with five top TED talks on this subject