Join Artist Educator Jazmin Morris for an exciting afternoon of creative computing responding to themes in the exhibition 'I Am Error' by Bassam Al-Sabah.

Event Timings:

12pm Start

1.30pm Break

2pm Workshop resumes

3.30pm Finish


Refreshments provided

Tickets: £5 (£2.50 for Members and students, and FREE for Patrons. Discount will be applied at checkout.)

Ages 16-25 yrs


This workshop will critically address discussions surrounding representation in cyberspace, and participants will learn how to create their own Protopia* landscape using a web-based immersive space creator.

*Protopia is a term coined by Kevin Kelly that is the realistic opposite of Dystopia. It is a state that is better than today if only by just a little bit!


Jazmin Morris is a Creative Computing Artist and Educator based in London, she is the Lead Digital Tutor on the Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins, UAL and a Lecturer in Digital Outreach for the Creative Computing Institute, UAL. Her personal practice and research explore representation and inclusivity within technology. She uses free and open-source tools to create digital experiences that highlight issues surrounding gender identity, race and power; focusing on the complexities within simulating culture and identity. She also runs Tech Yard – a club initiated to critically explore Creative Computing with people based in Southwark (and beyond).


If you have your own Laptop/Tablet please bring it, however, tablets will be available for all to use.