Blast Theory and pvi collective residency exchange
Opportunity for an Australian artist to undertake a residency in May
Join us for a talk by our current artist in residence – Fee Plumley
Thursday 2nd March 7pm - 8pm
We’re shooting sci-fi films in Aarhus and Hull and need your help
Is there a corner of the city that looks like it's from the future? We're inviting you to nominate locations to include in sci-fi films about Aarhus and Hull set in 2097.
Watch clips from My One Demand
Watch the clips from our Directors' Cuts feature on NOWNESS
Every savage can dance
Watch an interview with artist Rebecca Archer who used her residency with us to explore the impact of technology on movement and dance.
Crooked Data (Mis) Information in Contemporary Art
Karen will be shown in this exhibition at University of Richmond Museums until May.
Help create a new artwork on a boat
Aged 14-19? Sign up now to create a new piece of art with Blast Theory along the Bridgwater Canal.
Welcome to the future
Over November and December, we interviewed with people from Aarhus and Hull – from school children to experts on sea-level rise, smart cities and community activism. Do you agree with what they have to say about the future of your city?
Going Operational in Manchester this June
Book tickets now to see Operation Black Antler in Manchester, 7th – 17th June 2017.
Blast Theory win 2016 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize
We are thrilled to announce this prize which comprises a US $50,000 award along with an exhibition at the Nam June Paik Art Center in Korea during the second half of 2017.