We talked about a bunch of things and agreed that we’d like to do a new group show/happening for September. Ideas for themes are still coming together - so please say if you’ve got thoughts.
We also had a sneak peak at one of the toys from Matthew’s Childhood Remixed - really looking forward to that now!
Come along and chat about any ideas you’ve got or things you’ve been making.
Cheers, hope to see you then,
I’m hoping to show you a few things I’ve been thinking about, I was inspired by the Looking into the Past Flickr group and I have some thoughts of ways to extending the (de)construction projection that Tom and I had at the dark show.
Bring anything you’d like to talk about too - actually you’d better otherwise I’ll bring my most horrifying project ever… a hacked toy Kissing Frog from the new Disney film that now responses to tweeted kisses… you’ve been warned!
Cheers, hope to see you tomorrow,
We do need to have a discussion amongst the folk who went to Newcastle to make sure everyone is agreed about how the expenses are split, but otherwise there is nothing particularly that we must do.
That’s great cos it means we can spend most of the evening catching-up and hearing about people’s new ideas and work.
I’m hoping we’ll get to hear about Pixelh8’s Observations in Cambridge, Anne-Laure’s text installation, more from Enigmaker, news about dorkbot anglia, plus a bunch of things that have undoubtedly slipped my mind…
Be great to see you and hear about your ideas and projects too.
(the event on Facebook)
Really nice article all about us from the East Anglian Daily Times:
Quite a lot happening right now… exciting times!
Matthew is speaking at the V&A this weekend
It’s the Art & Science forum with Key Arts this Sunday (2pm, St Mary’s)
The Maker Faire in Newcastle (13th & 14th March)
And that same weekend, Matthew is performing “Observations“ at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge University
Next Tuesday (2nd March) the regular get together slot will be all about Newcastle making sure everyone involved knows what’s what