From 23 – 27 November onedotzero will celebrate 15 years of championing the progression of global digital culture and innovation in motion, serving up the very latest in moving image and interactive arts.
Hosted by BFI Southbank, this special anniversary will present short films and animation, music videos, interactivity, digital art and everything in between.
With the festival just around the corner we thought it was worth highlighting a few connections Camberwell College of Arts has with onedotzero and the festival.
First up this year’s onedotzero festival identity has been designed by UVA (United Visual Artists). UVA was co-founded by Camberwell alumnus Matt Clark alongside Chris Bird and Ash Nehru.
Secondly, all the print related material for the festival has been designed by Camberwell Press.
Thirdly, Derek Yates – Camberwell FdA Graphic Design and FdA Illustration Course Director worked on onedotzero_cascade, which is onedotzero’s award-winning education platform that aims to develop a new model for creative collaboration and innovation across diverse disciplines to foster personal and professional development.
This year 40 creative graduates participated in the 5 day workshop led by some of onedotzero’s most innovative partners, creators and featured artists: kin design, mother, the spring project and guardian digital. You can get an insight into what they got up to on Thursday 24 November (17.00 – 18.30).
For information about the festival visit – www.onedotzero.com