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Mr Paul Goodfellow

Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer

Department: Arts

Paul Goodfellow is an artist-designer, and animator. He is Programme Leader of the Motion Graphics and Animation BA degree and Senior Lecturer in visual communication, interaction and animation.

Paul Goodfellow is an artist-designer, and animator. He is Programme Leader of the Motion Graphics and Animation BA degree and Senior Lecturer in visual communication, interaction and animation.

With a background in Design, Science and Art, Paul is interested in the intersections of these disciplines, and how aesthetic decisions are made in complex systems. He has a particular interest in the aesthetic and ambient representation of information. He has worked in film and television, designing motion graphics, digital visual effects and animation.

0191 243 7825

Qualifications

MSc, MA, BSc (Hons)

Talking Point

- The need to map aesthetic decision-making in complex cross-discipline projects.

- The difference between procedural & systems based decision-making in art & design and spontaneous subjective decision-making..

- The need to reduce visual and information noise in society through ambient design.

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

- Real-time, interactive and procedural computer graphics.

- Aesthetic decision-making in art and design.

- Ambient Art and lighting.

- Spatial analysis, Psychogeography, locative media, and augmented reality.


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