[Workshop] Following Invisible Lines: A speculative design workshop for GPS futures


I will be leading a speculative design workshop, Following Invisible Lines, at the Somerset House on this Friday (24. March). The workshop aims to explore the future of GPS, which is a part of PhD research of the co-leader, Chris Wood.  Please register through the link below. All are welcome!


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Fri 24 March 2017, 12 noon – 4.45pm

FREE, registration is essential to reserve your place.

Meeting Room 4 (New Wing)

Somerset House


London WC2R 1LA

We use GPS every day, but how much do we know about the satellites and systems which make it work?

In this half day workshop we will use Speculative Design to explore the back end of GPS. In Speculative Design we create objects and services for different possible worlds, thereby critiquing the ways they are used today. In the workshop, you will respond to a design brief for a fictional, GPS-themed scenario. You don’t need any experience in design to join this workshop, all skill sets are welcome, just bring an open mind and a willingness to explore and collaborate.

The workshop will be lead by Christopher Wood and Soomi Park from the Media & Arts Technology Programme, Queen Mary University of London. It is part of the Inside Out festival curated by The Culture Capital Exchange.