An interactive installation originally commissioned by Tate Liverpool.
Relax & Release uses coded visuals and motion sensing technology to track the body's movement and project a digital reflection of the spectator's body into the wall facing them.
Using contrasting visuals and sound design, the piece takes audiences onto two very different audiovisual journeys through states of relaxation or release, inviting exploration of the body's movements without constraints or directions.
Multi-award winning studio Ithaca Audio returns another year to our festival with their extraordinary installation 'The Typewriter'.
Using a manual typewriter to create a real time video remix, this installation & live performance (with no post production compositing) shows Ithaca's hacked 1920s Remington Portable typewriter with video mapping and touch control.
Find out more about their experiments at ithacaexperiments.com
Big beats and luscious loops collide in a unique audiovisual experience; worlds crafted in virtual reality and rendered with a carefully curated palette of textures to create an optical feast that syncs up with the music perfectly.
This installation uses augmented reality to guide you through a journey and take you through a portal to a parallel universe.
Paintings will become alive with the Cyber Mushroom Augmented Reality app to guide you from one painting to the other.
Soundscape created for the instillation by Christian Duka.
CROSHARE is an emerging, socially engaged participatory art and craft practice from Sharon Bennett and Tom Jeram-West; it focuses on sharing the knowledge and skills for crochet, and documenting both the impact of these on, and consequent interactions amongst, temporary communities of crocheters brought together in the spirits of collaboration and co-operation.