Wednesday 9th April, at The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich - an evening of talks and conversations with “people doing strange things with electricity” in the East Anglian area - more
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Our next Get Together is Tuesday 4th March at the Brewery Tap, Ipswich - 8pm start.
Discussing plans for Maker Faire April 26-27 in Newcastle amongst other things.
We had a blustery time on 21 Dec at Felixstowe ferry trying out our Flashlight ideas. These involved persistence of vision experiments and time-lapse photography - check out the facebook event page.
Some pictures can be found on our Facebook page here
We have been accepted to show our work at the Maker Faire in Newcastle 26&27 April 2014.
Our next Get Together is Tuesday, 19th November, at the Thomas Wolsey, Ipswich - 8pm start.
Friday 24th October, at Ipswich Town Hall - an evening of talks and conversations with “people doing strange things with electricity” in the East Anglian area - more
Wednesday 14th August, at Makespace, Cambridge - an evening of talks and conversations with “people doing strange things with electricity” in the East Anglian area - more
Our next Get Together is Tuesday, 23rd July, at the Brewery Tap, Ipswich - 8pm start.
Our next Get Together is Tuesday, 2nd July, at the Brewery Tap, Ipswich - 8pm start.
Thursday 9th May, at The Pacitti Company, Ipswich, an evening of talks and conversations with “people doing strange things with electricity” in the East Anglian area - more
The Curiosity Collective are delighted to announce together_apart at the Atrium Studios, Ipswich, Friday 26th to Sunday 28th April 2013.
Proximity and synchronicity, physically and emotionally. Experiments in art and technology, together and apart.
The Slotin Incident - John Benton
On 21 May 1946, with seven colleagues watching, Slotin performed an experiment that involved the creation of one of the first steps of a fission reaction by placing two half-spheres of beryllium around a plutonium core. The upper beryllium hemisphere fell, causing a “prompt critical” reaction and a burst of hard radiation. This work reconstructs the position of each scientist in the room and reveals their fate.
Pendulums - John Benton
Distant Drums - Mike Challis
Two drums connected by microphones and transducers to provide a feedback loop. Hit one drum and the other plays after a delay, then the first, then the second and so on.
Conductable - Mike Challis with Ed Perkins
A five player flexible musical instrument. Originally created for Aldeburgh Music as part of the Aldeburgh World Orchestra 2012.
Drifters - David Chatting
Two balloons drift together and apart. Each reacting to the other with illumination. The molecules of helium within will shortly escape the Earth’s atmosphere, apart forever. Arduino, computer vision, meteorological weather balloons, helium. Work in progress.
Empty Premises - Amanda Gower
We are held together by more than we imagine… - Pamela Harling-Challis
Wood, glass, paper, ink, epoxy, metal powder, wire mesh, gilt cream, vegetation, images, words.
Goodbye Cibachrome - Tim Hunkin
Cibachrome, also called Ilfochrome, was a chemical process for producing colour photos. It went out of production in 2011. About fifteen years ago, I used the process a lot to take portraits of my friends with my ‘roadsign’ camera. Now its obsolete, I felt sad that I’d never videoed the process of taking the photos. So using fresh developer for ordinary black and white photos, I tried one last time with my old stock and miraculously it just about worked.
Exploded Object - Tom Jennings
Which Cuntree are you from? - Kerry McCarthy
A sculpture representing the four corners of the world, uniting the global community.
Friday - reception 7pm to 10pm
Saturday - 10am to 5pm
Sunday - 10am to 5pm, tea and talk with the artists at 3pm
Atrium Studios, West Building, University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich. IP4 1QJ (map)
together_apart is our ninth show in Ipswich since we were formed in 2005.