Ania Bobrowicz is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Arts, where she teaches visual communication, interaction design and professional practice. Her background is in Art History, Applied Linguistics (Russian and English), and Multimedia Systems. She is a course director of three undergraduate digital media courses as well as industrial placement tutor. She has industrial as well as public sector experience, having worked for American software house Ashton-Tate/Borland, British Telecom, BBC Russian Service, and Health Education Authority. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
University of Kent
Her research interests are inter-disciplinary and include art, human-computer interaction, and cultural heritage. Particular areas of interest are enthnographic studies of people with dementia using digital art, ethical considerations of using, storing and accessing data online, Islamic art and digital media, visitors' engagement with museums via digital artefacts. Of particular interest is the role of empathy in the design of interactive digital systems.
- Secret Tales of Turner - Augmented Reality App for Turner Contemporary Art Gallery
- SEEDS: An Organic Approach to Virtual Participatory Design
- Investigation into the use of Social Networks amongst Adolescents in regards to Peer Aggression and Cyberbullying
- Interactive Multimedia Installation for Powell-Cotton Museum
- Social Media as Assistive Care Technology
- iPad App for Visually Impaired Visitors to Turner Contemporary
- Co-creating digital sculpture with people with dementia
Contemporary Islamic digital art - Sara Choudhrey
Co-creating digital sculpture - Sumita Chauhanback to top
- EL338 Visual Culture
- EL539 Professional Practice
- EL642 Project Design
- EL636 Final Year Project