A1 Posters, Grafill, 2015
Short video showing details of the posters we recently displayed at the Grafill gallery in Oslo. View the full video and read about the project here.
We’ve been working with Historic Royal Palaces since February 2015 on an R&D project based around making an after dark interactive experience. Working within the confines of such a listed space was certainly challenging, but resulted in a non-linear immersive audio experience that was completely different to anything we’ve ever made before.
Using a series of Bluetooth Low Energy beacons from Estimote we created a two location prototype in collaboration with the curation team at the Tower of London – one on the battlements facing the Thames and one within the (in)famous Salt Tower.
Greenpeace Field, Glastonbury 2015
A Collaboration with Bare Conductive
Touch Board = sound and music triggered by human contact
Touch Board + Wood + Paint = A Talking Map
Touch Board + Chair + Lights = A Story Telling Seat
“Saw this in the new huck book and thought it compounded what you guys were saying in our meet the other week.” — Ross Mason
We worked as Creative Directors with Nicola Formichetti for a fashion event during Shanghai International Fashion Show in early April. Creating both a museum and an interactive fashion show. The full project will be uploaded onto the website shortly!
Photographer James A. Hudson tasked us with making a small animated film that introduces his photographic project, Metamorphosis, a residency project at the Ashmolean Museum from 2010 – 2011. In 2015, the project will be published in book form by Bardwell Press, funded by a Kickstarter campaign.
Following on from the city-wide House of Vans billboard advertising campaign, our images have graced the cover of Time Out magazine.
As part of LIFT 2014 we were commissioned to create an installation in Watermans Art Centre to complement the online performances and invite audiences to interact with the unfolding stories.
Longitude is a multi-platform theatre experience running across three episodic performances that use Google Hangouts to connect performers in Barcelona, Lagos and London. Set in a near-future when water has become a scarce resource, Longitude will tell the story of five characters endeavouring to smuggle and sell water to Nigeria, and make a killing out of climate change.