Schminky

Project Ended in March 2003

A networked sound game trialled at Watershed to promote social interaction and test acceptability of new technologies in social spaces.
Ghosts

Project Ended in October 2002

Ghosts is a digital sculpture that preserves forever the transitory fragments of digital conversations.
A Personal History of Corruption

Project Ended in September 2002

This playful online artwork by Joe Magee toys with the idea of interaction and corruption.
Rio Kids

Project Ended in August 2002

A web project from 2002 in which young people offer personal, creative responses to the sustainable development of our planet.
Formality

Project Ended in April 2002

Duncan Speakman, recipient of the 4th Clark Bursary, presents his ideas exploring human communication through digital systems.
Sweet Home

Project Ended in March 2002

A short film and installation by artist Ana Bilankov as a result of a residency project at Watershed in 2002.
12 Days of Christmas

Project Ended in December 2000

In 2000, children from Bristol schools created twelve pieces of web art based on the Twelve Days of Christmas song.
Afterworld

Project Ended in August 2000

Artist Simon Poulter created Afterworld, a series of six works investigating online and offline culture, for the Clark/DA2 Bursary.
Holding Tank

Project Ended in June 2000

A moving image work by artist Philip Walker exploring his relationship with the imaginary physical space of the television screen.
Transparent Room

Project Ended in March 1999

A gallery installation at Watershed in 1999 projecting time-lapsed views from in and around Watershed into a 3D space.
Invisible Geographies

Project Ended in March 1999

Mongrel were awarded the 1999 Clark Digital Bursary to explore the social geographies of two cities using their own software.