experimental, critical, speculative studies of experience, inventing technologies, techniques, propositions and methods for thoughtfully enriching our mediated environment.
master a body of know-how, knowledge, techniques and technologies from media arts and sciences, creative engineering, critical and speculative design, and experimental humanities.
focus on understanding the foundations, historical and theoretical structures of commercial and popular music, and the principles of electronic music composition and digital sound.
gain an advanced understanding of programming, data structures, signals processing and system architecture aspects of new media.
explore art theory, history, and modern applications of art forms and practices, combined with Digital Culture’s focus on technology and human experience.
investigate digital media and theory and how it has shaped, enhanced, or improved modern design. Imagine technologies that could enhance design methods, while also thinking about design practices in unconventional forms.