The Digital Research Group
The Digital Research Group takes an interdisciplinary approach to investigating the theoretical and practical uses of technology. As a group we are interested in modes of engagement, sensory applications, the re-framing of policies and practices and the exploration of current and emerging forms of digital research in performance and the creative industries.
Digital methods, processes and technologies have become a key factor in performance, innovation and cultural engagement and are central to how we experience our world. As a research group we draw on wide range of digital and creative research methods that have the potential to transform current issues both locally and globally, which are at the forefront of current research strategies both within the school and beyond
The aims of the Digital Research Group are as follows:
- To share ideas, skills and knowledge of the digital in research with a core focus on performance and the creative industries
- To test, play with and critique news forms of research opportunities with the focus on critically responding to the impact and value of such research.
- To liaise with, advise and consult with external industry partners with the view to co-create new research opportunities that interrogate current knowledge.
- To promote interdisciplinarity, collaboration and critical reflection about the ubiquity of digital practices and digital cultures
|Amelia Knowlson (Digital convenor)||George Rodosthenous||Katie Gardner||Hugh Brown|
|Dani Abulhawa||Sarah Feinstien||Jonathan Pitches||Alix Brodie-Wray||Maria Kapsali|
|Chunyi Wu||Tennae Maki||Vanessa Arias Bujia||Yaxin Luo|
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