A ‘cinema in the dark’ immersive experience using binaural sound – a form of aural ventriloquism to create a 360º spatial soundscape.
So very hush-hush much. Installations, collaborations, machinations. Brake pedal appears to have been tampered with – it’s missing.
A scent-imbued screening of the 1973 British horror, part of the UK-nationwide BFI celebration of Gothic filmmaking.
Rosa Barba: Subject to Constant Change; Four; Yoshua Okón; Anguish and Enthusiasm; Double Indemnity
Nicho Nativity was a magical Mexicana diorama, amplified in scale to become a sparkling, participatory grotto.
Film noir themed monochrome life drawing and photography mise-en-scène.
Producer of Jamie Shovlin’s feature-length film hybrid of documentary and vintage slasher remake, Rough Cut.
Famous new media artist Jeremy Bailey has embarked upon a series of augmented images that mirror classical and contemporary portraiture.
Participant in Rosa Barba’s experimental 35mm co-commission between Cornerhouse and Turner Contemporary.
Lost Is Found; Samantha Donnelly: Contour States; Subversion; Stanya Kahn: It’s Cool, I’m Good; David Shrigley: HOW ARE YOU FEELING?
Exhibition of affordable art drawing upon wistful juvenilia, rampaging robots, melancholia, psychedelic daydreams and teen-fan adulation.
Producer of San-Francisco based faux queen Trixxie Carr’s alt drag / riot-theatre blowout for AND Festival 2012.
A triumphant return of the almost-instant hand drawn portrait booth, with 1,084 sitters processed during a 10 day residency
Producer of artist-filmmakers Al & Al’s CGI fantasy inspired re-telling of the final days of computer pioneer Alan Turing on the centenary of his birth
Where one device or process has unidirectional control over one or more devices. The future of invigilation, now.
Constellations; Magda Archer: Crazy Mad; Rashid Rana: Everything Is Happening At Once.
Producer for Stanya Kahn’s first European solo exhibition and editor of accompanying hardback book.
Alternative presentation of a hacked first-person shooter in the surroundings of a ruinous internet cafe reminiscent of the Gaza strip
A glittering fairytale castle of crystal resin embedded with donations of children’s milk teeth form this unique bio-artwork.
My wish was simple. The exchange of a single gold coin (£1 – admittedly a nickel-brass alloy), in return for a perceivable creative act.
A playful experience that required participants to hunt down the animal totems of six Native Sioux abandoned in Salford,1903.
Collaboration with artist Mandy Tolley on a hand-stitched book cover depicting Doña Rosalinda Alvarez della Cueva.
Despite not pursuing live performance, I seem to end up on stage regardless. Enter Roy Hypnol, fake Victorian mesmerist.
A group exhibition upon the nature of celebrity from the perspective of the famous and infamous.
Immersive, anything-goes captive cinema experience from San Francisco’s midnight movie maven, Peaches Christ.
Tongue-in-cheek alternative to Yuletide schmaltz, including dystopian visions, pan-galactic travel and parallel worlds.
Angela Carter and Neil Jordan’s gothic fairytale is given a new lease of life, deep within Grizedale Forest.
The H.P.Lovecraft Society’s nu-vintage movie presented in the staged surroundings of a white cube insane asylum.
An immersive response to Christiane Cegavske’s hauntingly beautiful stop-motion animation for adults.
The 25th double-Anniversary of bubble-gum movie The Goonies + Cornerhouse called for a 1980s knees-up.
A cardboard pop-up laundrette, the whiff of detergent, bubble jets and live interview with actor Gordon Warnecke.
DaDaVisions looks at representations of the body and how physical and mental agility is used to define self-worth and judged against likelihood to succeed.
Screening of classic silent shorts accompanied by live, experimental soundtracks, including The Great Train Robbery (1903).
Using video-tracking technology that exchanges pattern markers for augmented 3D animations with Joel Gethin-Lewis and Hudson-Powell.
Inspired by Land of the Giants and Goliath, artist Chris O’Shea created a giant virtual hand that plucked pedestrians from the street.
A giant video carousel containing footage of public celebrations drawn from the BBC NW Regional News Archive, between1966 – 1986.
Where the Scratch ‘n Sniff series first began, to a bumper Summer crowd at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 09.
A digital summer camp for producers, artists, developers and curators at the world’s largest music festival.
Thematic curation of short film, video and interactive applications for the public realm.
F.W. Murnau’s classic silent horror film from 1921 paired with a telematic link to the BBC Liverpool Studios.
MegaPhone is a means of using a mobile phone to participate in a multi-player platform for giant public screens.
A kaleidoscopic, multi-screen experience fusing music and storytelling to create a form of audiovisual journalism.
Part guided tour, part film night, A Wall is a Screen leads its audience through the streets of cities across the world.
A dynamic, ground-breaking conference and art programme that explored the conditions for urban screens from a multitude of perspectives.
Live relays on behalf of The Royal Opera House (2006-09) including Turandot, Sleeping Beauty and The Barber of Seville.
Producer of a series of applications for outdoor screens developed by ICDC: International Centre for Digital Content.