Rromok is a simulation game, viewed through the lens of an artificial intelligence, that was developed by the design collective Rites Network and commissioned by the V&A. The collective includes Jelena Viskovic, an

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  • Adventures in Drama and Digital animation

    A group of researchers from UCL IOE secured funds from the UK Literacy Association (UKLA) to develop a project to explore re-inventing the end of year primary school play: the

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  • Pachinko Machine at Santa Fe

    Brigitta Zics’ Pachinko Machine installation is exhibited at the Currents New Media Festival, Santa Fe, viewable online till the end of the year, from the Centre for Contemporary Art I

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    ‘A National Observatory of Children’s Play Experiences During COVID-19’ is a research project funded by the ESRC, running from November 2020 to January 2022, bringing together researchers from UCL Institute of Education,

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    PLAYING THE ARCHIVE: memory, community and mixed reality play This project is an ambitious programme of research and cultural production, exploring the nature of play by bringing together archives, spaces

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  • D4D project

    Disability and Community: Dis/engagement, Dis/enfranchisement, Dis/parity and Dissent AKA the D4D Project D4D is an AHRC funded (2016-2020) Connected Communities programme research project exploring the evolving ways in which disabled people

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What is ReMAP?

ReMAP began life as the DARE Collaborative, a research partnership with the BFI focused on the digital arts in education. It is a university research centre at UCL, based in the UCL Knowledge Lab; and, like the Knowledge Lab, one of six centres of the Department of Culture, Communication and Media in the Institute of Education. We are currently revising its mission and roles, focusing more broadly on the media arts, creative practice and play and games. More …