Damien Borowik graduated from Central Saint Martins and later on went to Goldsmiths, University of London to pursue a Master in Computational Arts. Damien has been teaching Interactive Design at Central Saint Martins for several years and has delivered workshops at the Watermans Art Centre, Tate Exchange and Somerset House as part of the Digital Makers Collective. In his art and design practice, Damien has won numerous awards and exhibited worldwide while working with clients such as Christian Dior Couture, Samsung Electronics, Southbank Centre and BBC Worldwide. Recently, the Victoria & Albert Museum has also acquired several of Damien’s artworks to be included in their permanent collection.
In this workshop, you will learn to use programming to create visuals and experiences from scratch.
You will learn basics programming using Processing, an open source programming language developed for creative individuals.
You will be able to apply new understandings to your creative process in a practical way, to create and manipulate compelling visuals in minutes.