Jui Deepak Apte
Harish Kumar Sundar Raman
Saumya Tarlochan Mutneja
As the pace of change increases and we face more complex global challenges, emerging designers are drawn towards addressing systemic issues and imagining more resilient and regenerative futures. In this gallery:
Jack Su explored the topic of urban safety in city parklands, whilst retaining a focus on respecting the environment and the needs of the nocturnal wildlife.
Jui Deepak Apte questioned our relationships and co-dependence with the insect world in urban environments.
Harish Kumar Sundar Raman worked with the Indian Schizophrenia Research Foundation to provide a tangible solution to one of their most pressing issue.
Saumya Tarlochan Mutneja investigated how design could advance gender-equality in the slums of Mumbai.
Zeyang Dong looked into healthy mobility solutions in polluted urban environment: a case study on Beijing, China.
Jorge Arreola Rosendo creatively visualised the disturbance of anthropogenic noises onto Earth natural frequencies.
While Tania Clara Wahono prototyped a new material out of animal waste in an attempt to raise awareness on the unsustainability of the animal slaughtering industry.
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No MDIT exhibition – digital or otherwise – happens without a collection of great work from students, supported and curated by their tutors. Thanks to EVERYONE for the help contributed!
A special mention goes to Illiyanna Ibrahim, our information wrangler, content uploader and design front-liner, for your hard work fine-tuning and assembling the nearly 500 articles of media, text and supporting content.
Thanks Hartwig Bentele & Kunstmatrix for your technical support.
We’d also like to extend our gratitude to the following students who volunteered (despite their busy coursework) what precious time they had to help sort out the finer details of digital media work:
Guglielmo ‘Bosco-sorry-my-laptop-died’ Bartilomo
3D lightbake tester
Sowmiya ‘yes-Chuan-click-UV-unwrap’ Selvakumaraswamy
Suresh ‘should-we-unit-test?’ Saicharan Maniganahalli
Diego ‘nicest tester alive award’ Garetto Morande
Thanks for visiting and fare thee well – across the digital ether. Be well; be kind.
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