If you’re interested in learning to code in order to harness the expressive power of machines, Goldsmiths is the place to be! The department of Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, is looking to recruit a few more artist-hackers for next year’s cohort at the MA/MFA in Computational Arts (starting Sept 2016).
What do our students do?
Greg White has been in the news recently for an AI piece of software he wrote where “virtual performers” take decisions about notes, strength etc, in real time as they perform Riley’s “In C”. Greg named his piece “In C++”. Have a look below:
Matilda Skelton-Mace, one of the graduates from last year, won this year’s prestigious Aspen Award and a lucrative commission.
If this is the kind of work you’d love to be doing, in a interdisciplinary, creative department, please get in touch!
More info on how to apply go here:
If you have questions let me know by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Theodoros Papatheodorou
Lecturer in Computational Arts
Computational Arts MA/MFA Programme Leader