We were interviewed on the concept of exchange in our practice ahead of our appearance at the Alpha-ville Exchange event on Friday 17th January 2014 at London’s Rich Mix.
Palace had a party downstairs in the Ace Hotel to launch their new shoe collaboration with Reebok.
We developed an installation for the Warp x Tate event at Tate Britain as a tribute to the 808 and 303 in collaboration with John Nussey and Arthur Carabot. The event was an evening of performance and installations from Warp Records and artist Jeremy Deller, inspired by Deller’s work ‘The History of the World’.
We did a talk recently for It’s Nice That’s ‘In Progress’ series. Here’s a little blurb on what the series is about:
“At In Progress we look back on the themes, projects and ideas that defined the year just gone and how they might shape the year ahead. Held at London’s Barbican Centre, the conference attracts speakers from a whole host of disciplines and delegates from across the creative industries.“
You can watch our talk here.
Here are some highlights from the Greenpeace field at this years Glastonbury Festival. We were based in the arctic dome, a huge geodesic dome covered in a print of the earth.
Tim & Barry, dontwatchthat.tv and H&L put together a great 3 hour show. Streamed live on U-stream, as part of The Create Festival.
Watch highlights at www.dontwatchthat.tv.
As part of the Create Festival we were invited with other parts of the Nexus Interactive Arts roster to install work at the Create House. We exhibited Feedback I – a collaboration with Todd Vanderlin. Created in openFrameworks. Feedback I was originally created with the support of the Roundhouse and onedotzero.
Here are a couple of 3D renders along with some screenshots of the application we built for the project. Incase you’re wondering, that’s supposed to be Adam Levine.