I’ve just finished the first 2 week discovery “sprint” as part of my XR Research Project. I’ll be sharing my insights of each sprint on the blog as it’s completed.
I’m currently undertaking a research & development project investigating the use of XR technologies to create an immersive art installation.
BBC Research & Development is the national technical research department of the BBC. It has responsibility for researching and developing advanced and emerging media technologies for the benefit of the corporation, and wider UK and European media industries.
Decompression unravels in the spirit of a ‘happening’ – an encounter between audiences, space and the elements of cinematic abstraction, explored via the artists’ longstanding interest in expanded cinema and sound system culture.
Since launching back in 2011, London’s Unconscious Archives established itself as a leader in London’s leftfield arts and music circles, welcoming over 70 artists across 25 events.
The Cyanometer by Martin Bricelj Baraga is a monument to the blueness of the sky. It is inspired by the original cyanometer invented by Horace-Bénédict de Saussure. His cyanometer - a blue color wheel, forms the core of the monument, gently directing our gaze back to the sky.
An exploration in perception and phenomenology which considers audiovisual art as a participatory experience. Involving multi-sensory projection, optical sheeting, reflection, lighting, and sonic composition, ‘Your Double My Double Our Ghost’ extends Golding’s fascination with the Double and Other, breaching both psychiatry and fiction.
A new immersive audiovisual performance, taking the audience on a hallucinogenic dark carnival ride exploring the slippage between parapsychology and technology.
Primitives is a performance based opti-sonic installation. A DVD of short films, 12” vinyl of audio interpretations, source code and executable software were released by the excellent Broken20 imprint in 2014.
Netaudio [2006 - 2011], the UK’s foremost festival dedicated to the musical sounds of the Internet promotes the creative output of musicians, who use digital and network technologies to explore new boundaries in their work and actively supports the development of new talent.