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My visit to the Tate Modern on Friday 10th November, was the perfect start to my birthday weekend

The Exchange is a room in the new building at the Tate for interactive projects. 186 more words

Poetry

Artist Research: Sophie Calle

When researching artists who work conceptually I came across an interactive piece by Sophie Calle called ‘Take Care of Yourself’ which she was inspired to make after receiving an email from a boyfriend breaking up with her. 277 more words

Research

Winter Escape Plan

Do you fancy winter in the south of Scandinavia? Wet, dark, windy, brownish slug … Well we almost hate it so to make the darkness a bit brighter and lighter we are creating… 52 more words

CoScene

Well, Hello Future Self! Create your playful avatar at Experimenta Make Sense

With only one week to go before Experimenta Make Sense: International Triennial of Media Art closes on 11 November, audiences are invited to participate in a new artwork now at RMIT Gallery. 252 more words

Rmit Gallery

Porch Stories Rockingchair

Quincyfest attendees made this rocking chair special by covering it with their porch stories.

What would you have written on the chair? Leave a comment below!

Netscapes: Week 1 - Part 1: Related Reading

Kipper, G. and Rampolla, J. (2012). Augmented reality: An Emerging Technologies Guide to AR Waltham, MA: Syngress.

Kipper & Rampolla’s book offers a look into how AR can be used on a number of platforms (including mobile and desktop) and across industries. 353 more words

DAT

Review - One Two Three Swing!

Sitting on a swing in the middle of an art gallery sounds like the kind of thing that could get you dragged out by security. However, the latest installation in the Tate’s Turbine Hall encourages you to not only climb on, but play with the art.  499 more words

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