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Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself - Symposium and Book Launch

Mon 18th May, 2015

I attended Paul and Danny Brown's Symposium and book launch this weekend. Brown & Son (as they are known!) are a unique father and son duo who are both recognised digital artists. Normally working sep..

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Art.CHI 2015 in Korea

Mon 27th April, 2015

Last weekend saw the Art.CHI 2015 workshop take place at the CHI conference in South Korea. CHI (Computer Human Interaction) has been going for quite a while, but the idea of running arts activities in parallel with the main conference is fairly new.

I was involved in an exhibition of artworks when CHI came to Paris a couple of years ago (I showed a ColourNet piece ..

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Digital Kaleidoscope in Abu Dhabi!

Thu 16th April, 2015

I've been working on the digital kaleidoscope project for over a year, but haven't been able to write anything about it until it went live. Well, it is now open to the public so I can share a few details.

The project involves a giant projected kaleidoscope inside a rocket ship structure and has been installed by Engineering Creatives at Read More »

The Fading Afterglow of Evolution Exhibition

Thu 16th April, 2015

The Fading Afterglow of Evolution is a exhibition by Dave Briggs and Jack Squires in the Cube Gallery at Phoenix. Both Dave and Jack received Interact Labs bursaries last year and this is the first outing of their new work.

The exhibition is based around the idea of a archeological dig (perhaps in the future, or maybe a pa..

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Crystal Radio Workshop

Sun 15th March, 2015

On Saturday, as an activity connected to Julian Oliver's exhibition at Phoenix in Leicester, I hosted a crystal radio making workshop at Interact Labs. The crystal radio (or crystal set) is a wonderful little device. It is the simplest possible radio receiver and despite being over one hundred years old it still has a magical quality to it.

Like many other people I ..

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Julian Oliver's The Crystal Line

Sun 8th March, 2015

A new exhibition in Phoenix's Cube Gallery opened on Friday. Julian Oliver's The Crystal Line makes use of a modern reproduction of a classic "Crystal Set" radio to receive audio transmitted by a computer that scours the World Wide Web for the latest developments in warfare.

Due to rather a lot of interference in the gallery space, it was not possible to actually he..

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The Image Is The Servant

Sun 1st March, 2015

I was involved in Honest Dave's second The Image Is The Servant event at Hansom Hall in Leicester on Friday.

TIITS2 was a follow up to last year's event and contained a similar combination live music and live multiscreen visuals. My involvement was to contribute to the live visuals using my wireless video system.

It was the first outing for the system, which f..

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Spark's Pop Up Play

Fri 27th February, 2015

Today I attended the launch of the Spark Pop Up Play "mixed reality digital play" platform. This exciting project is the result of a one-year collaboration between The Spark Arts, researchers at De Montfort University and technology company Dotlib and was supported with funding from..

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Dirty Electronics at Leicester Hackspace

Wed 21st January, 2015

Saturday was a busy day at Leicester Hackspace. Not only was there a 3D printing workshop in the morning but in the afternoon there was an open session featuring Leicester's Dirty Electronics group.

Led by John Richards at DMU, Read More »

Pineapster Archive

Wed 21st January, 2015

Pineapster was a music website for Leicester that Cuttlefish ran between 2001 and 2012. The site started off as a simple showcase for local bands to share their music, but over the years grew in to a large, dynamic, community of bands, music fans, promoters, producers and others.

I have just finished a process of archiving the site and have re-uploaded everything to..

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