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TECHnique Meetup – Networking for Artists that use Technology

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TECHnique Meetup – Networking for Artists that use Technology

First networking event for artists hosted by Create Hub Create Hub’s first networking event for artists, called TECHnique Meetup, was hosted at IBM Southbank in London.   There are an increasing number of artist that use, explore or respond to technology in their work. Create Hub decided to bring these people together...

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MozFest 2017 – Review

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MozFest 2017 – Review

Mozilla Festival 2017 at Ravensbourne Samuel Fry   This weekend I went to MozFest, Mozilla’s festival for advocates of a healthy, open internet. Held at Ravensbourne, in North Greenwich, the event explored the intersection of the web with civil society, journalism, public policy and art through interactive sessions. This...

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We Are Now Festival – Review

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We Are Now Festival – Review

We Are Now Festival at RichMix Samuel Fry   We Are Now Festival was a weekend of theatre, interactive installations and immersive virtual reality experiences at RichMix in London. The event took place on the 1st and 2nd September 2017, where a number of artists used technology in performances and interactive experiences. I...

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Kano Pixel Kit – Review

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Kano Pixel Kit – Review

Maker Kit Lets you Build Light Shows and Games Samuel Fry   This was the first time that I have ever played with a Technology Maker Kit, essentially a DIY kit aimed to allow people of all ages to build their own piece of technology. Luckily for me, the guys...

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FuturePlay Tech Zone – Review

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FuturePlay Tech Zone – Review

An interactive playground where art met tech Samuel Fry   A space full of interactive games and gadgets is on show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year. The concept of bringing cutting-edge work at the intersection of art and technology at the fringe was originally launched last year, when...

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Review – Foreign Radical

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Review – Foreign Radical

Theatrical game explores security, profiling, privacy and freedom of expression Samuel Fry   The Terrorist Watchlist is a database of people who are “reasonably suspected” of being involved in terrorist activity. Theatre Conspiracy‘s Edinburgh Fringe show Foreign Radical asks its audience to put themselves in a position of power, where they decide...

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Review – Séance

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Review – Séance

15 minutes of theatre in the dark Samuel Fry   Two years ago, I went to a show at the Pleasance during Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. I left the people that I knew, was given a seat number, put on some headphones and walked into completely dark room. There were no lights to be...

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BUG 55 – Review

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BUG 55 – Review

Review of BUG 55 It has now been a decade since the first BUG show was held at the BFI Southbank in late April 2007. Hundreds of great music videos (and YouTube comments) later and Adam Buxton returned to the BFI for a new edition of BUG, sharing creative music videos...

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BUG 53 – Review

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BUG 53 – Review

Review of BUG 53 The bi-monthly round-up of the most creative and cutting edge music videos, BUG, returned for its 53rd edition. This was the last show of 2016 and Samuel Fry was there to review it. The final BUG of 2016 capped off a year of 4 different BUG shows, plus a...

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Futurefest 2016 – Review

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Futurefest 2016 – Review

FutureFest explored how we’ll love, work, play and thrive The third FutureFest, a unique festival hosted by innovation foundation Nesta, took place this weekend. Samuel Fry reflects on the talks and debates about the future of love, work, play and thriving. I have been to both of the previous two FutureFest...

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