UGO - UGO 0.2 Digital Project Space - Contextualising Information for Curated Digital Projects
UGO is a series of practice-research projects which focus on the ambiguity of the project space in site-specific, pedagogical and digital contexts to generate new learning as a collective troubleshooting experience.
UGO Digital Project Space [2018-19] invited curators, commissioned artists and students to generate new digital based learning within a formal pedagogical website.
This item contains the following contextualising information:
1. Project description for The Union of Human Intelligence Taskworkers by Chris Alton. Used with permission.
2. Images from Chris Alton's artist's talk. Courtesy of Jonathan Kelham and Chris Alton. Used with permission.
3. Web press for Chris Alton's talk. Courtesy of Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
4. Blurb for Handle This by Olivia Bax. Courtesy of Olivia Bax and Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
5. Web press for a talk by John Robinson. Courtesy of Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
6. Press releases for UGO 0.2 projects. Courtesy of Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
7. A research practitioner statement by Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
8. A page featuring the UGO 0.2 project in the University Centre Colchester magazine. Used with permission.
9. Documentation of the (unpublished) mock-up of the UGO Digital Project Space as a book, designed by Jonathan Kelham. Images courtesy of Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
10. A case study of the UGO 0.2 project by Jonathan Kelham. Used with permission.
11. Kelham's research proposal for UGO 0.2. Used with permission.
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