Participatory Projects

Lightweight wingfaces in Berlin

A 360˚ projection globe that invites audiences to have their picture mapped into live animations that swarm around the globe alongside movies, audio, graphic effects, pictures, text and even Tweets.

Codex - The neverending Book of Fables

A giant illuminated projection book filled with a thousand-and-one fables all animated wth intriguing images.  This book will read you a story; with animated images and an automated Twitter chat-bot.

Rogues Gallery

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

48 hrs of inspiration, creation and fun, a chance for a wide range of Street Arts professionals to gather - for 2015 at 101 Creation Space, Greenham Common, Newbury.

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.

Codex at blinc digital arts festival, conwy

The CODEX installation is inspired by Illuminated Manuscripts, and like them it combines bespoke words and image, but re-imagined as an open book that lights up in the night sky.

A Northern Street Arts get-together, held at the Watershed in January 2010, provided a chance to congregate, speculate and re-invigorate; catch up with old friends and make new ones.

A hands on exploration of colour and light during a rich half-day workshop suitable for both schools and community groups. Sessions include: The colour wheel; Colour mixing; Creating colour imagery, An immersive exploration in the ChromaVan.

Ultra-violet hats representing the solar system constructed and performed with by Newsome Junior school.

Work with two high schools in Bradford and three primary schools in Kirklees to improve engagement and creative learning of pupils.

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AniMotion

Wingfaces were first developed for our ...

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