|Nov. 24-25 2005
||chindogu challenge (scrapcomp callenge 3, Lancaster) - EPSRC-LeonardoNet sponsored hackfest. See the Chindogu Challenge "Extreme Unuseless Prototyping Event" website here.
|April - October 2005
||METAmorphosis (lancaster/ullverston) - an extended collaboration with the genius that is welfare state international. Thanx to Tom Loyd for his
and patience and Dan and Hannah Fox. This collaboration was made possible with a grant from the Friends Programme at Lancaster University.
|May (ongoing) 2005
||eCampus Underpass project
(Lancaster) - interactive,
large-scale, big screen, little people
collaborative performance space. METAMORPHOSIS will be the first interactive installation in the underpass and will run for one month. This will also include free workshops with Welfare State International - read about these here. For more info on the ecampus project, visit http://ecampus.lancs.ac.uk See pix of the construction work on the underpass here.
|June 2005 (ongoing)
||Leonardo-net (UK) - involved in the EPSRC HCI and the Arts consortium
||emergent objects (UK) - involved in the AHRB Design for the 21st Century Cluster.
|Sept. 4th - 7th 2005
||DRH2005 (Lancaster) - interactive installations at Digital Resources for the Humanities 2005. Info on the 2004 conference here
|July 26/27 2005
||vicky harper (Lancaster) - collaboration with performance studies student Vicky Harper at the Nuffield Theatre.
||creative stew (the north) - our interview published in REVOLVE, a new publication that focuses on art in the northwest of england. thanx to brilliant and crazy publishers :)
||brewery arts centre (Kendal) - Kirlian Table exhibited at "Evidence" exhibition at the brewery arts centre in Kendal.
|May 19 2005
||FACT (Liverpool) - Keynote address at Leonardo meeting.
|Nov. 13 2004
experience (Lancaster) - iPong
and (Re)Skinning Andrine workshops
at folly. Come to folly to find out
about how an eye tracker works and
play Pong with your friends. Then
learn how to create an SMS avatar
that you can reskin to your own face!
for more info: contact folly.
uk music festival (location
to be SMSd) - interactive visuals.
lecture - (Preston) University
of Central Lancashire - thanks to
Gavin Sim, Janet Read and the HCI
class at UCLAN
for inviting us to talk and demo our
work. Fab students here and we can't
wait to hear more about your HCI work.
|November 5, 6 2004
opens attachments anymore (Lancaster)
- you missed a magical two day hands
on workshop & conference in collaboration
with folly new media centre and part
of KIT and Robert
Saucier's Infrasense exibition.
Congrats to this year's winners of
Computing Challenge cup "TickleBot".
We hope to have pix and stuff online
soon. You can still catch Infrasense
at folly until December 6th.
|October 17 & November 7th 2004
(the cabin, Liverpool) -
Thanks to the Cabin, Stimuleye and
DJ and Nicholas Villar for all of
your poochie help.
angel (London) - we just want
to thank the peeps at planet angel
for encouraging interactive arts in
clubs. we didn't exhibit our work
here but we sure danced our arses
(Sheffield) - we went, did you? http://www.pixelraiders.org.
|March 12 - April 12
exhibition (Lancaster) - kirlian
table on display at curated exhibition
(Doncaster) - exhibiting projections
in and around the city during the
experience (Leeds) - we held
a workshop in Leeds to teach people
how to Pooch-up their own projects.
The outcome was absolutely amazing!
Thanks to the organizer Alice Bayliss,
Lecturer in Drama at the School of
Performance and Cultural Industries,
University of Leeds, Bretton Hall,
West Bretton, Wakefield.
|November 27 2003
theatre (Lancaster) - exhibition
of Bronwen, ASCII Me and Hands of
Fate in the foyer of Nuffield
Theatre before a performance event.
|November 22 & 23
(Lancaster) - participating in Hester
Reeve's performance on the Castle
grounds which is being streamed live
on the web and in galleries in Australia,
China, Canada and Italy. part of http://www.livevancouver.bc.ca/
theatre (Lancaster) - exhibition
of Kirlian Table, LIA and Milk during
DJing & performance event at Nuffield
|October 21 2003
experience (Doncaster College,
Doncaster) - held a workshop at doncaster
college to teach people how to Pooch-up
their own projects.
|July 11th 2003
international film and new media festival
(the garden, folly) - presenting Hands
of Fate on opening night from 7pm.
conference of performance art and
technology - (Doncaster College,
Doncaster). Thanks to the hardworking
group at Doncaster for hosting one
of the best conferences we've ever
had the privilege of attending! The
conference aimed to explore, debate
and demonstrate the potential creative
opportunities that can exist between
performance arts and digital technologies.
We presented information about the
Innovative Interactions lab at Lancaster
University and the associated research
activities of relevance to the digital
and performing arts community. Pix
- a solid night of sound and visual
fusion. We presented Hands of Fate,
Seasonal Adjustment, Vortex, Bronwyn
and Andrine, and shared space with
acts from Japan (Arch) and the UK
(Socket). Also, several VJs filled
in the gaps with some good vibes.
Many thanks to Folly for managing
the event, to the Computing Department
at Lancaster University for sponsoring
us, Promote, Tom Lloyd and to Lancaster
City Council for supporting the event.
launch party - (Lancaster)
invited to contribute to the Folly
Launch party. Presented presencebronwen
|August 20 - 22 2002
gallery exhibition - (Lancaster)
presentation of latest tech demos,
including Bronwyn, ARToolkit &
LIA. Ruskin Link Special thanks to
Mr. Stephen Wildman.
performance party - @ Town
Hall, Lancaster UK. Thanks to the
performers, the Computing Department
at Lancaster Uni, Lora Caroll at Folly, Lee Engineering,
Carelton Catering, Town Hall, DJ Brains
and Rob Gear, Tom Lloyd Projections
& Crew, Josh & Lynda @ clubdecor,
xybernaut, digital media labs and
the audience! See pix of the party
here: [..Flash version..] [..HTML
version..]. The official art-cels
site is http://www.art-cels.com
Building Modular Humans - Workshop
with Stelarc @ Lancaster University.
The Homopolybots workshop brought
together university researchers and
artists from around the UK to discuss
particular problems and questions
associated with creating modular humans.
Discussions focused on how future
research must address issues that
are realistic and that serve to enhance
human motion, communication and understanding.
Our honored speaker was Stelarc http://www.stelarc.va.com.au/,
world renowned performance artist.