Fergus Fullarton Pegg
MA Design, BA (Hons) Photography
Fergus Fullarton Pegg is the InDI’s resident Master Digital Craftsman in Forres. His research focus looks at the impact of digital interference on creativity in remote and distributed communities. In particular, he considers the space of interaction between digital culture and traditional craft, as well as investigation of digital fabrication as the future of craft.
Fergus brings a level of visual and physical communication to projects by responding with artefacts for the engagement and dissemination processes in the form of boundary objects.
You can read more about Fergus’s work here: radar.gsa.ac.uk