Do you ever look at your internet browser history? Do you think it can tell you anything about where you go and what you do online? RCA designer John Fass invites you to work with him to explore how you live your life on the web and develop new ways of showing it.

This creative workshop will ask what browser history can reveal about our lives online. The workshop will provide an opportunity to visualise and represent your browser history using simple materials. We will come up with new ways of showing browsing activity, ones that might give more insight into what the web is for. It will allow you to get to grips with how you use the web and give you the chance to create your own way of showing where you go online.

All materials will be provided, come prepared to have fun, make stuff, and work together. Please note that there will be a maximum of 5 participants per slot so booking is essential. Please email lesley.taker@fact.co.uk to secure a place.

The worskshops take place on:

7 March / 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm
8 March / 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm

The workshop is part of a Creative Exchange PhD research program. No personal data will be stored or retained. If the workshop creative outcomes are applied to research they will be fully anonymised in line with accepted procedures

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