Monday, 9 February 2015

John Fass
Visiting Lecture
Open to all
PACE Studio 1
Thurs, 12 Feb
10.30 -12.00 

John Fass will discuss his work in the field of interaction design and sound projects he has run for students at the Royal College of Art, London. He will also presents ideas on de-computation and slow-tech.

“De-computation is an approach to using computational thinking. It’s about de-mystifying, de-constructing, de-composing, de-coding, de-programming machines, minds, space, and time. It’s about observing people, places and systems and applying a design method to create new forms … De-computation is a new methodology for understanding, and questioning an increasingly computer-controlled world.”