Since launching the Curzon Memories App in March 2012 I’ve been busy working on another cinema-related project as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council REACT Hub ‘Heritage’ sandbox, which might be of interest. The City Strata project was a … Continue reading
Posted in Cinema buildings, Exterior localization, GPS, Heritage, Media Practice Research, Postdigital, Watershed Media Centre
Tagged Bristol, Bristol City Council, charles leadbeater, Cinema Theatre Association, practice as research, Screen Heritage
The Curzon Memories App has been selected to pitch in front of industry professionals at the London AppCircus showcase on 4 July. The overall winner will get a chance to be one of the 20 apps pitching at the Mobile Premier … Continue reading
I spoke about the Curzon Memories App at the recent idocs2012 conference hosted by UWE’s Digital Cultures Research Centre at Watershed. I hadn’t really thought I was making a documentary the whole time I was developing the app, but with … Continue reading
Alan Mandel Butler and the creative team behind the campaign to save the Whiteladies Picture House are joining us at the cream tea to launch the Curzon Memories App today and will film the event and interview manager Gareth Negus … Continue reading
I gave a presentation on the Curzon Memories App at the i-docs 2012 conference on Friday which was hosted by the DCRC and held at the Watershed Media Centre, as part of the Layered Reality panel. The talk focused on … Continue reading
Video documentation about the Curzon Memories App – video by Sy Taffel, starring Jon Dovey, Constance Fleuriot, Jess Linnington of the Digital Cultures Research Centre, UWE: Curzon Memories App Documentation from Charlotte Crofts on Vimeo.
Posted in App-aratus theory, Augmented Reality, Cinema buildings, Curzon, Exterior localization, GPS, Heritage, Interior localization, Interviews, Media Practice Research, Postdigital, QR Codes
Tagged Constance Fleuriot, Curzon Memories App, Curzon Project, Curzon Video, Jon Dovey, Sy Taffel
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