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About this event
COMUZI is a design and technology studio based in London. Using their structured approach ‘radical creativity as a service’ to innovation, they explore, imagine, prototype and invent radical products, services and experiences that connect with the community. Delivered by an unconventional team of strategists, researchers, designers and technologists, they embrace the challenge of unpredictable futures.
This masterclass will give you an overview of COMUZI ’s work and include an introduction to their creative process. In this session, you will be discussing the importance of storytelling, co-creating with communities, and practical tips for working on creative projects.
Safiya McKenzie is a documentary photographer and designer at COMUZI. In her practice, she mainly focuses on how design can be approached from a holistic perspective, and how technology can be positioned as a tool for autonomy rather than a replacement for human connection. She is currently researching themes around algorithmic bias, communal dreaming, and ‘cancel culture’, for a narrative-based project with the Omidyar Network.
About the programme
Creative Digital Skills is a new programme curated by King's Culture and open to all King’s students who would like to develop creative digital skills, through live masterclasses and curated asynchronous resources. The programme is part of a range of ways in which King’s students can learn and participate in the creative digital sector. Creative Digital Skills is part of King’s Edge, a skills-focused extracurricular programme running throughout spring/summer 2021 for King’s students with a focus on skills, employability and wellbeing.
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