On Wednesday night the Pervasive Media Studio and Creative Times joined forces to present an event looking at how the visual languages of the past intertwine with the new technologies that shape our everyday lives.
Lukus Robbins and Mason Robinson are Theatre and Digital Arts students from Dartington College of Arts/University College Falmouth who joined the Studio last year to work on a contextual enquiry project exploring the ways that pervasive technologies can be used to create immersive theatre experiences.
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE CENTRAL BRISTOLThe Pervasive Media Studio has relocated into the Watershed building. This means that the Leadworks space, which has housed the studio for 4 years is now vacant. The space is a part of the at-Bristol harbourside complex in the heart of Bristol City Centre with excellent access to shops, restaurants, bars and cultural venues.
Join us for an in conversation discussion between artist Jen Southern and Laura Sillars, Director of Site Gallery. This talk will introduce Southern's new work Polyrhythmia, a participatory audio installation developed through Sound and Music's Embedded Residency at Pervasive Media Studio. Join us to experience a live demonstration of the work, learn more about the project and the challenge of using GPS to sonify movement. Supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.