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Are we in the weather or is the weather in us?

Posted on Mon 16 Apr 2018

Last year, Aidan Moesby undertook a residency with us here at the Pevasive Studio to spend some time investigating digital technology and how it might apply to, or enhance his work. In this lunchtime talk, Aidan and his…

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Neon Dance presents Puzzle Creature

Posted on Fri 6 Apr 2018

Five Things I Learned:1. Adrienne Hart is the artistic director for Neon Dance, a dance company that acts as a vehicle for collaboration with artists working in different disciplines. Adrienne is classically trained as a…

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BBC Micro:bit - for writing the future

Posted on Fri 6 Apr 2018

After 17 years at the BBC, guest speaker Howard Baker now works with the Micro:bit Foundation. The Micro:bit is a small programmable device, a bit like a portable computer. The project started life in 2013, and was officially…

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Why interactive children's books are different

Posted on Thu 5 Apr 2018

Five Things I Learned:1. Books with bits engage pre-school children much more then books with just words or pictures, whether that is including AR, or embedding within electronics or something simpler like including a sticker…

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How to Grow a Story

Posted on Wed 4 Apr 2018

Animation and pupperty director Joseph Wallace and illustrator and co-founding director of The Paper Cinema Nicolas Rawlings have collaborated to create a brand-new piece of ‘live animation’.

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Introducing our New Talent Residents: Somestic Media

Posted on Tue 3 Apr 2018

Five Things I Learned:1. Vytautas Jankauskas and Jon Flint have worked together on various collaborative projects over last two years, but Somestic Media will be the first project that they will be working on together…

Image of Between Stillness and Storm, an installation by Aidan Moesby

Catching up with our Artists in Residence

Posted on Thu 15 Feb 2018

We’ve been genuinely struck by the creative ideas of our funded artists in residence over the past year. So what have they been up to?



Posted on Thu 15 Feb 2018

Excerpt from article by Jess Connett for B247

Top left to bottom right: Amy Rose and May Abdalla from Anagram, Olie Kay from All Seeing Eye and Emma Hughes

Studio residents win CreativeXR commissions to make immersive experiences

Posted on Wed 31 Jan 2018

Residents Amy Rose, May Abdalla, Olie Kay and Emma Hughes are amongst those to win Creative XR commissions.

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Blockchain for Sceptics

Posted on Tue 23 Jan 2018

More people are aware of Bitcoin now than ever, but what exactly is it? Tim Kindberg reveals all...