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Luke Sturgeon

MA work

Citizen Rotation Office

This project is a 24 hour immersive experience, that places participants within a fictional world. Encouraging them to become more aware of the everyday and alternative experiences of the future.

The scenario is experienced in-context, through the careful design of a fictional government service experience, combining mobile technology, audio guides, digital props, improvisation actors, rented accommodation, food and delivery services.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Design Interactions, 2016

  • Luke Sturgeon is based in London with extensive experience in the design of interactive experiences, services and tools. Through design, collaboration, teaching and multi-disciplinary research his work finds ways to perceive and reflect on the invisible world around us with a focus on the digitisation of identity, self-perception and the perceptions of others.

  • Degrees

  • Interaction Design, Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, 2013; BA (Hons) Graphic Design, University of Lincoln, 2006
  • Experience

  • Visiting Lecturer, Graphic Design BA, University of Hertfordshire, 2015; Visiting Faculty, Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, 2015; Senior User Experience Designer, Freelance, 2008 – 2016; Interactive Designer, Microsoft, 2008; Interactive Designer, One80 Design, 2006 – 2008
  • Awards

  • Artist- in-residence, Laboratory, Spokane, USA, 2015; D&AD Yellow Pencil: Branding/Digital Brand Expression for Bank 24’s Zhuck, 2014; Membership, International Society of Typographic Designers, 2006
  • Conferences

  • Citizen Rotation Office, 4S/EASST Conference, Barcelona, 2015; Visualising Electromagnetic Fields: An approach to visual data representation and the discussion of invisible phenomena". Sturgeon, Luke and Ray, Shamik. xCoAx, Glasgow, 2015
  • Publications

  • Hidden – Visualising Electromagnetic Fields, MAS Context, Issue 28, 2016; Data-Fictions: Data and its interface as a cultural artefact, MA Dissertation, Royal College of Art, 2016; Visualising Electromagnetic Fields, Wired, 2013; Visualising Electromagnetic Fields, Huffington Post, 2013; Visualising Electromagnetic Fields, Creative Review, 2013; Visualising Electromagnetic Fields, The Creators Project, 2013; Anaglyph Relationships, Written Images. Basel, 2011