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London Design Festival at the V&A
Digital Design Weekend

26 Sep 2015 to 27 Sep 2015
Workshop
Brompton Design District
10am - 5pm
0207 942 2000
Free Event
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The V&A Digital Design Weekend brings together artists, designers, engineers and scientists, celebrating the intersections of art, design and technology. The family friendly programme includes installations, workshops and performances, exploring civic design, sustainability and collaborative making.

The Digital Design Weekend is an annual event at the V&A bringing together artists, designers, engineers, scientists celebrating the intersections of art, design and technology. Installations, workshops, performances and family friendly activities will take place across the V&A’s galleries, exploring themes of civic design, sustainability and collaborative making.

The weekend will be showcasing a new performance from Japanese artist and technologist Daito Manabe with ICN, techno – explorer and futurologist Nelly Ben Hayoun’s new film “Disaster Playground”, Prix Ars Electronica winner Matthew Plummer-Fernandez and a live cinematic game from Invisible Flock. Open labs and hacks investigating open source design for civic life and collaborative projects with the Met Office Informatics Lab, University of Dundee/Small Society Lab, Future Cities Catapult, Studio TILT, Civic Shop, the Interaction Research Studio at Goldsmiths University of London, as well as a lab with guests from Mexico City and Small Society Lab in Dundee will invite the public to engage with emerging digital design in the studios of the Museum.

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The London Design Festival at the V&A

For 2016, the Festival will continue its unique collaboration with the world’s leading Museum of art and design. As the central hub location for the London Design Festival for the seventh year, the V&A will again house a broad range of commissioned activity which will be spread throughout the Museum and include installations, events, talks and workshops.