Shane Walter joins Paul Smyth, the founder of Makerversity and Something and Son in a discussion as part of the Into the Wild: Decoding the Creative Journey programme at the Somerset House.
About the programme:
Creativity in the digital age is fluid and ever changing, disrupting the conventional ways of both making and distributing work. But what are the common processes, questions and themes between the artists, designers, makers and technologists of today? To explore this question, Into the Wild: Decoding the Creative Journey deconstructs the creative journey, unveils the process and interrogates the motivations and principles driving different creative practices.
The event showcases nine projects developed during Makerversity’s MV Works, an experimental programme which supports creative practitioners working with technology to succeed on their own terms. The eclectic selection of participants present new projects spanning across 3D printing, virtual reality, creative coding, product design, storytelling and digital fabrication.
Also part of the programme is a series of conversations that will give insights into decoding the creative journey.
Into the Wild runs from the 9 - 12 June 2016, in Somerset House in London.