i-Design 09

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University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW
Thursday, 24th September 2009, 9am-7.30pm
Conference: Standard £135, Design Week Subscriber £99, Students £75
Online Booking: www.amiando.com/idesign_09.html
Exhibition, Talks and Portfolio Clinic (must register): FREE

More details at:
www.idesign-london.com

i-Design 09 is a unique one-day conference at the London Design Festival.

It aims to inspire, entertain and explore how our digital future is shaping up, and what role interactive design will take in our cultural and social life.

A day packed with discussion, debate and demonstration of the best in interactive design and arts, hosted by Nicolas Roope.

Speakers include…
Adrian Shaughnessy, Desiree Collier, Andrew Chitty, Bill Thompson, David Taylor, Tali Krakowsky, Martyn Ware, Daniel Hirschman, Malcolm Garrett, Andrew Shoben and more…

With programme strands by 5D, Cybersonica, Onedotzero and Future of Sound.

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Cybersonica at i-Design 09

Cybersonica have been regular contributors to i-Design since its inception in 2007 and this year present: ‘Virtually Real’ – an exhibition of digital interactive artworks and installations, technology showcases and demonstrations in the Old Gymnasium; afternoon artist talks in Deep End; ‘5D Interludes’ as part of the main conference programme; and live performances as part of the i-Design 09 early evening showcase in the Old Cinema – the oldest cinema in the UK!

These various contributions present our unique – and often sonic – viewpoint on the i-Design 09 theme and how our “daily engagement with interactive stuff has made the inexorable move away from the office and desktop towards an experience that is decidedly in the real world”.

Featured artists and creative agencies include Squidsoup, The Sancho Plan, Soda and Fiddian Warman, Jason Bruges Studio, MOTH, SHOWStudio, Musion Academy, a selection of artistic work presented by Kinetica Museum and TINT and more guest contributors yet to be announced.