Installations & Exhibitions

Engaging interactive installation for the touring AniMotion exhibition, featuring a fully automated face-recognition camera and rear-projection structure

18 July – 10 October 2015

Our latest participatory projection installation uses 3-D face capture and mouth animation to put words in the audiences mouths

Rogues Gallery

Mixing contemporary local faces with archive portraits of the people in a cranky automated photographic studio.

Does what it says on the tin. Its a 30 seat Cinema. In a Truck.
 
As of 2016, no longer available, sorry.
disks

A kinetic sculpture made up of spinning disks, together creating a mesmeric and ever moving Moiré optical effect all lit with  ‘black-light’ ultraviolet lamps giving it an ethereal glow that intensifies as darkness draws in.

Boost

Thornhill Boost event, where the 360 degree technology from Lightweight was used indoors to create an immersive experience

sound and light installation

Multi-channel sound and light based installation drawing on an oral history project documenting the lives of young women who arrived from the South Asian subcontinent to live, study and work in West Yorkshire over the last 25 years.

An inflated 4-metre diameter translucent sphere filled with intense coloured light, projected images, animations and shadowy figures gliding around the surface. The shadows tell a 360 degree story viewed by the spectators outside to music from hidden speakers.

DVD cover

Exhibition of this DVD film that reveals the achievements of some of the world-class sporting heroes who are from Kirklees. We see their struggle, witness their glory and learn about the human side of reaching the top.

An interactive animatronics robot exhibits symptoms of paranoia when people step near, for an exhibition in Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter. Devised in collaboration with Forkbeard Fantasy.

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