UPDATE 28 March 2012 - Better opened to the world.
We've recently redesigned the site and removed the download from the old url. The latest version will soon be posted to GitHub.
UPDATE 15 Jan 2011 - Version 2 is available.
we've been working to extend a DHCP/Web server that Folderol has made available at this link.
The Shed at The Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead. This week we piloted a project which takes the physical shed out of The Shed and into other cultural venues. The pilot ran at the recent Shipley Lates at Shipley Art Gallery in November, with the view to extend this to other cultural spaces in 2011.
After several months of research we installed our interactive video this Friday as part of the Design Event and the Shed Open Studio, here some pics of the event
This week we exhibited the Mood Chair and the Heart-Bit lamp at 100% Design on the Design Event Stand in the 100% Futures section, from 23-26 September on Stand G100 at Earls Court. We exhibited along with other North East Designers, for instance behind our chair you can see the beautiful wallpaper of Kate Usher
23 October, 2.00pm - 5.00pm
The Shed, 348-354 High Street, Gateshead
The red art tricycle is in Blyth Sports Centre in Bolam Park until the 4th of July
More info on Sustrans' website
Enter a magical world of storytelling and discover work inspired by childhood memories, fictional stories and fairy tales. Through paintings, drawings, sculptures and collage, the gallery space will be transformed into an enchanted, playful and mysterious land; more info on Wolverhampton Art Gallery website.
Curator: Helen Oliver
Dave Stephens Centre in Blyth is hosting the Red Tricycle untill the 20th of June. Please post your feedback cards in the Tricycle's mail box!
Please find the routes where you can find the feedback postcards in the rest of the entry.
Claudio and I run a free workshop during The Late Show: the workshop was a successful introduction of Arduino foundation for kids and adults where participants have learnt to create their artworks with Arduino from scratch as well as having an excellent introduction to new media art.
The next step in our creative journey as lighting artists is the use of new technology to develop interactive digital artwork and last week we've begun a new exciting project involving the use of digital technologies in the production of a new artwork scheduled for this autumn, thanks to an Arts Council Grant for the Arts.
We are very excited that Aether & Hemera have been selected for the Connect2 Residency; we are deeply interested in Sustrans's themes such as responsible travel and we believe that everyone can make a difference !
We recognize that art has an ability to reflect and potentially influence our actions, challenging our awareness; in this context we believe it has a role to play in promoting responsible behaviours.
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