ART // TECH // PLAY at Norwich Arts Centre

I’ll be sharing some insights into my work on the evening of Monday 6 September in association with Collusion.

Whether you have a project in mind or just want to know more, are a complete novice or a more experienced user of tech who’d like to expand their skills and share their knowledge, join us – try, share, connect and maybe create exciting new art!

Join us at Norwich Arts Centre for registration and drinks from 6pm. The session starts promptly at 6.30pm and there will be time to explore a range of ideas and technologies, with experienced artists and creative technologists on hand to chat to. Areas covered will include visual projection tools, interactive augmented reality, motion tracking with Kinect, and cool sounds! The session will wrap up at 9.30pm.

ART // TECH // PLAY is led by Collusion, a not for profit arts organisation with a track record of working with artists to projects involving digital technologies . This session is supported by Norwich University of the Arts, Norfolk County Council and Norwich Arts Centre. It is part of an initiative designed to support more artists to engage creatively with digital technologies.

Artists attending:

Will Hurt – Visual Artist and Creative Technologist who will be showcasing his new playable project ARPS

Loula Yorke – Live artist and composer who will be sharing insights into her work with live performance and improvisation on hardware synths.

Karen Eng – Writer and multidisciplinary artist who will be showing how Tagtool can be used to cast live projected visuals.

Jamie Gledhill – Artist working at the intersection of storytelling, audio-visual experimentation and interaction design who will be talking about creating The Multitude, an interactive playable story.

Liam Roberts – Video Artist and Creative Producer who will be demonstrating techniques in using moving image content as part of a live performance or installation.