Posted on Thu 7 Jul 2016
When life gives you lemons
Play the cymbal
Many events and happenings have sped by over the past couple of blurry weeks.
More public workshops with the At-Bristol's team and the Pervasive Media Studio have really helped me to understand the types of food that would marry best with particular sounds. I have since developed the menu for the showcase with Sean Buttress (the OPUS chef), to be savoured whilst audience members listen to a live ensemble of cymbal, cello and harp.
We figured out how to make the peristaltic pump work (with and without CO2).
We made good use of the studio's jugs.
Meanwhile, there was the creation of this bit of fun promotional artwork (guess who the model is). I ate lemons for the cause. It was a lovely detour to delve back into clown paint and props to realise this image which I wanted to capture during the reseach stage of OPUS:
AND this fab film was made about OPUS:
Before I knew it...
And then it happened...
The bone conductors were made in the morning and there was a hig-five moment when they worked
And here is a snap shot of the showcase (I was awake)...
Here is the aftermath in the form of what my desk currently looks like (thank you PM Studio for the flowers!)
I'm looking forward to taking stock, organising and growing the potential of this project beyond the residency...
Have a read of the current reviews of the showcase, fresh off the press by:
Posted on Thu 26 May 2016
The first two weeks of the Food & Tech residency have been full to the brim with really exciting conversations with At-Bristol, the team at Watershed and the Bristol Braillists (to name a few).Here are a few pie...