Digital Arts

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

18 July – 10 October 2015

Three giant heads speak and sing. Faces of the audience are mapped using 3-D face capture, their mouths animated to put words into their mouths

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.

crowds watching the Momentum Wheel at HeckmondLight

A new installation combining digital display, filament lightbulbs and pyrotechnics, designed to help the Christmas lights switch on go with a bang.

Images mix with selected live and prepared text all written large across the pages of a 3m wide notepad. Audiences watch words rewrite themselves, images develop, and pages turn to reveal new material.

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.

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.

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Mon 19/10/2015

AniMotion

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