Meet Mrs Green, the usherette who will guide you around the Curzon Memories App – played by real-life Curzon guide Jacqui Bressington. She’s based on a real usherette, nicknamed “Torchy Green”, described by one of our memory contributors, Susan Sikora, who … Continue reading
One of the installations I’m working on with Tarim is Projection Hero, where the visitor can learn about the role of the projectionist through interacting with a miniature cinema. Here’s one of my initial drawings: There will be a laptop, housed … Continue reading
Meet Tarim, from Media Playgrounds who is helping me with the Projection Hero installation: He’s pictured with a working prototype of the motor that will open the curtains (currently winding up a roll of duct tape attached to a cotton … Continue reading
I’ve been sewing some curtains for the Projection Hero installation that I’m making with Tarim from Media Playgrounds. Who knew that Home Economics would come in handy?
Mary Agnes Krell‘s paper at Postdigital Encounters on her current practice research ‘Nothing That Is Not There’ was really interesting – she mentioned rephotography which is a term I’d not heard before, but is effectively what I’ve been calling crude “augmented … Continue reading
Just coming down from the high of Postdigital Encounters and gearing up for two more talks. This Saturday at Screen, Glasgow and the following Thursday at Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, plus the next iteration which will be evaluated on … Continue reading
Looking forward to the ‘Postdigital Encounters’ Journal of Media Practice symposium on Friday 24 June. Will be talking about Curzon Memories App and hosting the event at Watershed. Interesting line up, including a QR code workshop, which should be useful for … Continue reading