Role: Artist What happens if we find new ways to engage with, celebrate and harness the wonder of soil that changes the course of our relationship with it? What if we start using positive terminologies and metaphors to celebrate the life-giving functions of soil? How can we cultivate sensitivity and acquire local knowledge about our soils? What can we learn from soil ecosystems so that we can individually thrive, in communities that collectively thrive, in landscapes that thrive?
Role: Project Producer We are helping people in Gloucester to receive free art packs We are helping residents within the city to receive free of charge creative art packs to help them through the COVID-19 pandemic. Working in collaboration with Gloucester Community Building Collective (GCBC) we aim to deliver these fun-for-all-the-family packs to households across the city with help from our amazing Ward Coordinators and Street champions.
Role: R&D Conference Event Manager Festival UK* 2022 features 10 ground-breaking commissions designed to reach millions, bring people together and showcase UK creativity globally. These highly ambitious creative projects are being developed by creative minds drawn from Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM), working together in exciting new collaborations, underpinned by three values: to be open, original and optimistic.
Role: Creative Producer 2019 Beacons is a place-making adventure for new audiences, and an opportunity for a community to come together as participants in an epic theatrical son et lumiere on their beach. It celebrates shared origins, togetherness, and our responsibilities towards each other and our planet; using creative technology in an inventive way to bring magic and genuine artistic engagement to a diverse and inter-generational audience.
Creative Producer The Settlement is Green Man’s camping and entertainment area which opens 3 days before the main festival starts, to encourage people to explore the local community, further connect to the environment and take part in the many activities, hands-on workshops and entertainment.
Role: Artist 100 Years of Knowle West Style is part of Homes For Heroes 100, city-wide projects marking a century of council housing coordinated by Bristol Cultural Development Partnership.Homes For Heroes 100 is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Bristol City Council.
Role: Assistant Producer The Southwest Creative Technology Podcast wants to interview, enquire, discuss and learn about all the people, productions, projects or processes that are a part of the rapidly growing network of Creative Technology people in the Southwest and beyond.
Role: Producer 2019 Solomon O.B takes a journey through an imaginary universe in Verse Murder, an energetic, throbbing new music video by Jack Edwards.
Role: Creative Producer 2019 An R&D exploration: the life and art of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera is re-mixed by AI audio-visual machine learning with an improvising vocal ensemble by a butoh-dancing, vogueing, clowning opera singer.
Role: Writer, Director, Producer Now We Can Talk is a multi-award winning interactive theatre experience that explores the many layers of meaning behind personal loneliness and our relationship with complete strangers. It is a merging of performer and audience that carefully invites individual narrative from participants. This performance for five audience members at a time is participatory and promenade which uses locative technology and a binaural soundscape in the latter part of the show.
Role: Artist Part documentary theatre, photographic installation, abstract portraiture and performance interviews with residents and users of the Payneham Rd, Marden corner. A busy suburban shopping and community services area, the corner has increasing numbers of people from China, Tonga, Korea, India and Kurdistan moving into the area. Workshops and sessions result in an exhibition and performance using the facilities in and around our Marden base.
Our Port and The Make Ready Lab are proud to present Moving Music 2015 outside of the city for the first time on Saturday, 10 January 2014. They will be train tracking the audience to Port Adelaide and leading them on a walking safari that will feature a smorgasbord of arts in urban spaces for curious humans. The event promises to tingle the spine, scratch the forehead and inspire connection in the audiences of this mystery walking tour with a prolific program of artists and creatives.
Role: Lead Artist & Creative Producer Do you lead your thoughts or do your thoughts lead you? Let this time and gender blending performance help you understand where you truly are. An endurance performance for two to four identical performers this work explores a series of universal and context specific topics through questioning with an audience that can arrive, depart and return at any point.
We are all under surveillance. Whether we like it or not we have made a sacrifice to the media forces by our using of technology. Our generation is being cheated by apparent gods of industry. It’s time to say how we really feel. Clear Sight allows for the audience to take part in a micro performance work about recent events surrounding the News of the World hacking scandal. Lend your ears to a reading about an evil deity of media and share a story about something that has been stolen from you.
STOR explores the fantasy of our our memories and the cogs of community. Darkly comic, immersive and interactive, this stimulating journey meanders through a warehouse and onto an old concrete barge at the docks of Falmouth, Cornwall. A blacked out minibus drives you to a place unknown to the outside world. Over time, a community has developed from forgotten objects that were once left behind. It's up to you how you interact, but remember, you are part of the community now and have a role
Part performance part experiment that is based on the idea of an ongoing social crisis. Two audience members are taken on a journey through different physical locations, using mobile pervasive technology and cinematic character models. The participants have to work together to figure out cryptic clues, uncover hidden messages and take on the characteristics of "The Agent" and "The Detective". This will help them figure out who has leaked the information that has lead to the Crisis.