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    “The Nightmare Room” – Augmented reality at Blinc 2012

    by  • November 1, 2012 • Front Page, News


    The Nightmare Room – installing augmented reality at Blinc 2012 (via http://www.steve-knight.co.uk) “The Nightmare Room” – Augmented reality at Blinc 2012 Augmented reality (AR) is a fascinating tool for creating digital artworks, installations and interventions. As long as they persist in digital form, they can also become a non-physical artifact of an event, performance,...

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    tinderfarm Wins at GeoVation!

    by  • July 20, 2012 • Front Page, News

    Screen mock-up of igam ogam

    On Wednesday 18th July, we were winners, in partnership with Rowan O’Neill, at the Ordnance Survey’s GeoVation Coast Path Challenge. GeoVation is an innovation competition and the challenge was to use Geography and technology to provide an answer to the question “How do we bring communities and visitors closer together along the Coast Path?”...

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    ‘Lament’ augmented reality case study

    by  • March 6, 2012 • Front Page, News


    lament The lament project uses animation and site specific found objects to explore a personal narrative of loss, longing and belonging in the Welsh borderlands. Central to this exploration is a study of landscape and ‘place’. I realized that it was important to find a method of place sensitive practice that enabled me to...

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    Lament launch performance

    by  • February 10, 2012 • News

    An image from Lament

    Small World Theatre presents the launch of  ‘Lament’ a brilliant and haunting moving image piece by artist filmmaker Sean Vicary. ‘Lament’ interweaves animation, poetry and music to explore a personal narrative and examine ideas of loss, longing and belonging in the Welsh border landscape. The exclusive event on Friday 24 February, 8pm at Small...

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    Do Lectures, April 2012

    by  • February 10, 2012 • News


    tinderfarm are pleased to announce that we will be filming the Do Lectures in April of this year. As always, this looks like an event not to be missed. To see the videos from previous years and find out what’s comin up this year, please visit the Do Lectures website

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