Digital Arts

paranoid

A short play on the subject of paranoia, written in body language and performed by androids. Three robots run on a Moebius Loop behaviour programme affected by the presence of strangers, and they are starting to mistrust each other. Made in collaboration with Forkbeard Fantasy.

An interactive animatronics robot exhibits symptoms of paranoia when people step near, for an exhibition in Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter. Devised in collaboration with Forkbeard Fantasy.

Kabinet

A unique mobile display cabinet housed in the carcass of an ex-arcade machine presents an original short film inspired by the pioneering films made in Holmfirth in the 1890’s.

The outcomes from this earlier extensive participatory arts project were transformed into a well received web-site and an engaging and informative CD-Rom which was widely distributed.

A video game oracle offering a range of eclectic wisdom's. As players are guided into the system they find themselves on a symbolic and virtual supermarket trip - but this is no ordinary grocers, it is the supermarket of life.

Creating the video elements for an integrated multi-media theatre show exploring issues around immigration with a large mixed cast of young people from many ethic origins and communities. In association with Chol Theatre the resulting piece was shown to critical acclaim at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.

A vintage looking camera at an outdoor photography station contain face recognition software that takes a short sequence of images. These are combined with other quirky imagery and the resulting live animations are projected onto a large translucent screen.

Selector

Developing a unique interactive computer programme funded by an Arts Council Combined Arts R&D award and assisted by the Health Authority.

Sheffield railway station sees the beginning or end of 10,000 journeys each day. For 5 weeks a pair of electromagnetic information boards offered those in transit a chance to ruminate on life's journey. Part of the ‘SHUNTED’ curated by the Site Gallery for the UK Year of Photography.

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