In the Cannes

February 13, 1998

Student projects from the MA design for interactive media course in the Centre for Electronic Arts at Middlesex University won five places, and were the only United Kingdom representatives in the New Talent Pavilion at MILIA, the international multimedia festival in Cannes this week. Themes included: dance, Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, carbon - based on a chapter from Primo Levi's The Periodic Table - oral history and an Apple computer web site for students. www.cea.

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