Andy Cameron

By Mute, 26 May 2009

Andy Cameron created the Hypermedia Research Centre at the University of Westminster and went on to co-found the antirom design collective and Romandson Interactive Design studio in London in 1995 and 1999 respectively. In 2001, he was appointed visiting artist and, subsequently, creative director in interaction design at Fabrica, the Benetton research centre in the Veneto, North Italy. He has also produced a number of CD-roms and interactive installations for museums, commercial clients and art galleries. He co-curated and exhibited in I've Been Waiting for You at the Triad Gallery in Seoul as part of the Seoul Biennale, 2006. In the same year, he created Filmit, an innovative video sharing community for junior schools in the UK for OpenFuture and the Helen Hamlyn Trust in conjunction with Focus on Food and the Royal Horticultural Society. He continues to write about the politics and aesthetics of interactive and networked media.