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Listening Trees is the possibility of a connection with a stranger. When you sit at a Listening Tree it connects you to another seat somewhere else and, if there is someone there, you can talk and listen through the horns for as long or as briefly as you wish.
BellHouse is a playful, interactive sound sculpture that translates data into the chimes of thirty-five bells in an open-sided house.
The Sonic Balloon is a fun, interactive musical installation incorporating music technology, multi-instrumental composition, five three-foot helium balloons, and buckets upon buckets of balls.
A projected animated portrait of young people from Ellen Tinkham College, a special college for 16-25 year olds.
Forever Me is a cube, made up of 220 individual shadow boxes, exploring the collective digital immortality of a community.
Buoyed is an interactive, playful cluster of magical glass buoys that hang above head height, suspended by slender wooden stems.
Come and experience the vibrations of these steel and paper sound sculptures. As a response to the word we live in, Artist David Sawyer has created a spacial array of resonant sculptures which generate noise by pulsing blades with electromagnets.
Join forces and explore the creative world of gaming as you enjoy multi-player arcade games made by small developers from around the world.
See digital art work created by local young people as part of Museum Machina project, using museum objects as a source of inspiration for digital art, with arts-inspired learning organisation Daisi.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could play your favourite retro games with not just a couple of your friends, but up to 200 other people? That’s what Massively (Local) Multiplayer Gaming is about! The audience is in control – use your mobile phone to play Mario & Pacman on the big screen – but there’s a catch: You’ll need to work together to beat the games!
Come and play a PlayStation game with a difference with FamilyGamerTV. Running around outside holding a light-up controller you must protect your King and discover the traitor while you carefully…
Choral Cuisine will see 50 diners collectively composing a symphony whilst sitting down to a delicious communal meal.
CIRCADIAL is about the rhythms and polyphony of a place. They make local field recordings from which they create a live, improvised, constantly shifting music.