Digital Theory, Technology and Practice, CADRE, Research, Wolverhampton School of Art, George Wallis Building, University of Wolverhampton

Digital Technology, Theory and Practice

Digital Technology Theory and Practice

Wolverhampton School of ArtCentre for Art, Design, Research & ExperimentationDigital Technology Theory and Practice 

The Digital Technology Theory and Practice (DTTP) cluster includes animators, film/video-makers, digital media artists. Its research roots extend back 20 years with renowned international film practitioners such as Guy Sherwin, and continues with video art/performers including Paul Harrison (Harrison & Wood).

Cluster lead: Dr Adam Kossoff (Reader in the Moving Image)
Deputy: Dr Denise Doyle (Reader in Digital Media)

Research active staff 
◆ Prof Dew Harrison 
◆ Paul Harrison
◆ Dr Dean Kelland
◆ Dr Max Stewart


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