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We’ve moved!

The Arts Digital Lab has outgrown our old space, so over the summer we packed up and moved downstairs to our new offices on level 3 of the James Logie building. 

Packing up the Lab for the move

We’re very excited about our new space, which is big enough to let us incorporate some of the ideas Kaspar and Karin brought back from their visit to Digital Humanities labs in the USA last year.  We’re hopeful that our new more flexible space will let us do even more of the collaborative research and teaching that we’re best at.  And thanks to former RA Pip Stephenson, who grew us a forest of pot plants from cuttings, it’s also a beautiful environment to work in.

Our new space, ready just in time for the start of Semester 1

If you’re interested in finding out more about what we’re doing in the Lab, drop in to James Logie 306 and say hi!