Residents

Jay Kerry

Jay Kerry is a trained actor, technician, project manager, performance artist and aerial acrobat.


Jay Kerry

Projects

Magna Mysteria

Magna Mysteria, a large-scale site-based contemporary performance piece that utilises augmented reality technologies and pervasive media to recreate magical illusions.
Sketch of a 19th Century Illusion

The Magician's Desk

Take a seat at The Magician's Desk and discover the secrets hidden within. Enjoy magic and illusions, triggered as part of an intimate personal experience in this realm of trickery and intrigue. What lies at the back of the…

Worked on

Soma (2019), image by Leticia Valverdes

The Soma Project

The Soma Project explores the concept of ‘somatic agency’ – our experience of and capacity to sense and feel our living and moving bodies, highlighting the perception gap between seeing and feeling through the use of VR…

South West Artists Residencies 2010

In 2010, Watershed commissioned two research residencies at the Pervasive Media Studio that supported South West artists, to produce and present projects at the juncture of art, pervasive technologies and culture.

Jay Kerry is a trained actor, technician, project manager, performance artist and aerial acrobat. He has over 10 years experience of creating experimental performance work as a performer and technician. He has presented live art and performance works in a variety of spaces including Bodmin Jail, Crownhill Fort, Plymouth Aquarium, Trevanno Gardens, Rougemont Gardens, Phoenix Arts Centre and Exeter Northcott. Jay has worked as Lighting Designer with Salt Factory on their South West tour of Paradise.

Jay Kerry with Becca Gill were Artists-in-Residence at the Pervasive Media Studio where they produced and presented projects at the juncture of art, pervasive technologies and culture.

To read their Project Blog click here.

Click here to read Mercurial Wrestler's Lunch Time Talk Introducing Magna Mysteria