`Kiss Me Like You Mean It` by Chris Chibnall and performed by Lancaster`s Studio F...read
Start Date: 24 May 2013
End Date: 01 June 2013
- New York interactive media artist, Daniel Rozin (ITP, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University). Rozin creates installations that have the unique ability to change and respond to the presence and point of view of the viewer. Here he is exhibiting Mirror No. 12, a colour video projector that processes live imagery captured from a small camera.
- Lancaster based artist Sarah Casey (Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University), who makes drawings that test the limits of visibility and material existence. Casey is exhibited Murmurs; large drawings considering medical technologies that penetrate the skin are suspended in space, inviting the viewer to move round them in 360 degrees, making visible and invisible different aspects of the image.
- Karen Shepherdson (Media, Art and Design, Canterbury Christ Church University), an artist based in Kent who is interested in exploring both geographical and human liminal spaces through the photographic and mixed-media. Shepherson is showing Band Apart, a sculpture made from discarded red postal bands that examines her relationship with her lifetime home, the Isle of Thanet, Kent.
- Canadian and Lancaster based artists Jen Hamilton, Chris St Armand and Jen Southern who have collaborated on works on walking, movement and technology, experimenting with the idea of what it might mean to inhabit media. They are exhibiting Running Stitch, a stitched map created live during an exhibition in Yokohama, Japan, by charting the journeys of participants through the city.
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