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alt: A mobile phone sitting on top of a pile of electroics and wires, displayed on the phone is the Empathy Loading moblie site home page.
Empathy Loading
An online exhibition exploring the intersection of human-machine empathy
Year:
2020

Clients:

Royal College of Art,
Furtherfield Gallery

Services:
#Visual Identity #Website #Type Design #Animation
Deliverables:

Online Exhibition
Sci-Fi Inspired Visual Identity
Machine-Seeing Inspired Social Media Campaign

alt: A mobile phone sitting on top of a pile of electroics and wires, displayed on the phone is the Empathy Loading moblie site home page.

Explore the ways in which humans and machines “see” each other

Empathy Loading is an online exhibition that speculates on the future of feeling. Exploring the role empathy can play in how humans shape, cohabit and nurture their relationships with machines.

Our visual identity, social media campaign and website design takes on a speculative, science fiction approach. Our goal was to collaborate, in as many ways as possible with our machines. As such, the aesthetics incorporate machine drawings, image-recognition, and retrofuturist typography and unexpected visual references, such as oil slicks.

Home Page
Mobile Site
two desktops showing the empathy loading website. The desktop in the foreground shows a video on a sideways scroll, the desktop on the background shows the empathy loading homepage.
two desktops showing the empathy loading website. The desktop in the foreground shows a repeated image of a robot face with information underneath, the desktop on the background shows the empathy loading homepage but in inverted colours
two desktops showing the empathy loading website. The desktop in the foreground shows a colour edited image of a 3D apple, the desktop in the background shows white text ob a RGB blue background.

Snapshots and Screenshots: Scarves, 2020


A series of unused designs, work in progress, abandoned experiments & happy accidents
The snapshots and screenshots scarves hanging from a goal post in a park, the bright colours contrast with the background

Live Art Sector Research, 2021


Digital & print report, mapping the UK live art sector
alt: A woman holding the Live Art Sector Research book. The front cover uses multiple font weights and bright gradients to catch the eye
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