Katy Pendlebury

2017
Resident artist Katy Pendlebury

(UK)

Katy Pendlebury is an artist who works with moving images and live performance.

Theo Di Castri

2017
Image by Theo Di Castri

(MEX)

Much of my creative work explores the sociogenetic and psychogenetic effects of technology in everyday life.

Hwa Young Jung

2017
Resident artist Hwa Young Jung

(UK)

Hwa Young Jung is a multidisciplinary artist working in the arts, culture and sciences, facilitating collaborative workshops and projects.

William Lewis

2017
Resident artist William Lewis

(USA)

William W Lewis is PhD candidate in Theatre and Performance studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Anita Bacic

2017

(AUS)

Anita Bacic’s practice focuses on explorations of media old and new, with a focus on interactive experiences.

Abi Rama

2017

(IDN)

I was born in Jakarta, Indonesia in the late 80’s.

Fee Plumley

2017
Artist Fee Plumley taking part in a smoking ceremony from the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra

(UK)

British-born Fee Plumley was previously best known for encouraging artists to be creative with the technology they carried in their pockets through the-phone-book Limited (2000-2008).

Rebecca Archer

2016

(UK)
Dance and interactivity are at the centre of my practice.

Imwen Eke

2016

(UK)

Imwen is a freelance producer and events consultant.

Aleea Monsour

2016
Still from Aleea Monsour's Remembering Palestine performance

(AUS)

Aleea Monsour is an independent artist and community theatre practitioner.

Caleb Lewis

2016
Caleb Lewis. Image courtesy of the artist.

(AUS)

Caleb is a multi-award winning Australian playwright and theatremaker.

Sofia Romualdo

2016

(PT)

Sofia Romualdo is a PhD researcher at the University of Exeter, investigating the use of videogames and gameful design in museums.

Ting-Tong Chang

2016
Ting-Tong Chang, image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Ting-Tong Chang’s satirical gaze leaves no aspect of society untouched.

Alinah Azadeh

2016
Resident Artist Alinah Azadeh. Burning The Books (VII), photo by: Cristina Pedreira / courtesy Urban Dialogues

(UK)

Alinah Azadeh is an artist using live encounter, textile and the digital to ask questions about our social and cultural identities.

Jessica Harneyford

2016
Resident Jessica Harneyford. Image © Tagxedo

(UK)

Jessica Harneyford’s writing explores the blurred boundaries between humans and machines.

Rachel Henson

2015
Rachel Henson, image courtesy of the artist.

(UK)

Rachel Henson makes work for a solo walker.

Thanos Polymeneas-Liontiris

2015
Thanos Polymeneas at a mixing desk, image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Thanos Polymeneas-Liontiris is a composer, performer and sound artist.

Mats Staub

2015
Mats Staub, image courtesy of the artist

(CH)

I am a “listener”, taking time to talk with people, asking questions about their lives, listening to their answers and explanations.

Tamara Saulwick

2015
Tamara Saulwick, image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

Tamara is a Melbourne based artist who creates contemporary performance works for theatres and public spaces.

Jessy Lauren Smith

2015
Playwrite Jessy Smith, photo courtesy of the artist

(USA)

Jessy Lauren Smith is a Chicago-based playwright, producer, and sound designer.

Helen Cammock

2015
A model of an elephant on a window sill

(UK)

I generally work in video, with an initial background in photography and an increasing focus on installation.

Alex Bradley

2015
Alex bradley. Image courtesy of the artist,

(UK)

Alex Bradley has been working as an independent artist for many years, practising across a range of disciplines, creating solo and collaborative works that push and blur the boundaries of live and digital art, sound and light.

Sophie Dixon

2015
Sophie Dixon, Blast Theory resident artist

(UK)
Sophie Dixon is a UK based artist who works with drawing, writing, audio and video to explore the constant process of constructing and reconstructing memory to formulate meaning.

The Larks

2015
Artist Group 'The Larks' logo

(UK)

The Larks (formerly Larkin’ About) combine the spectacle of theatre with the agency of play.

Nick Rebstadt

2014
Nick Rebstadt image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

A recent graduate, Nick Rebstadt works with the expanded practice of interior design.

Paschale Straiton

2014
Paschale Straiton, image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Paschale Straiton is a performer, director and co-director of Red Herring Productions, an outdoor theatre company based in Brighton.

Joe Ryan

2014
Joe Ryan, image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Joe Ryan is a game designer based in Bristol, UK.

Sheila Ghelani

2014
Rambles with Nature installation by Sheila Ghelani, December 2013

(UK)

Sheila Ghelani is a serial resident artist at 20 Wellington Road, she is also a Blast Theory Associate Artist.

Abigail Sidebotham

2014
Film still from Auditorium. Image courtesy of the artist.

(UK)

Abigail Sidebotham (born 1985, Wales) is a multi media artist living in Brighton and Cardiff.

Becky Edmunds

2014
Still from a film by Becky Edmunds

(UK)

Becky Edmunds is a dancer, choreographer and film maker as well as being an Associate Artist of Blast Theory.

Adrian Hazzard

2014
Location based soundtrack

(UK)

Adrian Hazzard, a PhD student from the University of Nottingham, will be investigating software and mobile technologies for data-mining and profiling in advance of this February’s Act Otherwise conference.

Heather Kelley

2013
Image courtesy of the artist

(USA)

Heather Kelley is a media artist, curator, and game designer based in Vienna, Austria.

Root Experience

2013
Image courtesy of the artists

(UK)

Root Experience are an interactive theatre company who will be bringing explorations of their Game Project to Wellington Road in September.

Ben Moren

2013
Image courtesy of the artist

(USA)

Ben Moren is a Minneapolis based media artist working at the intersection of filmmaking, performance, and software / hardware development.

Lucy Frears

2013
Lucy Frears

(UK)

Lucy Frears – loc0motion – is a practice-based PhD research student based in the Academy of Innovation & Research (AIR) at Falmouth University and runs two networks for those making or interested in locative & interactive work.

Anagram

2013
Anagram: Image courtesy of the artists

(UK)

Anagram are documentary filmmakers Amy Rose and May Abdalla.

Trolley Interactive

2013
Speak to Me Brighton, image courtesy of the artists

(CAN / USA / UK)

Thierry Giles, Katharine Willis & Mike Marianek collaborate under the name Trolley Interactive and will be in residence at 20 Wellington Road in March where they will be organising a series of workshops and showings for their work, Speak To Me.

Chroma Collective

2012
Image courtesy of the artists

(UK)

Chroma Collective is a hybrid media art collective combining moving image, performance & technological experimentation.

LudiCity

2012
Image courtesy of the artist

(NZ)

Sarah Burrell and Andrew Simpson have been collaborating under the name LudiCity since early 2010.

Hilary O’Shaughnessy

2012
Image courtesy of the artist

(IRE)

Hilary O’Shaughnessy is an Irish performer, theatre-maker and game artist.

Francesca da Rimini

2012
Image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

Francesca da Rimini has a long history of artistic experimentation with technologies which are for a time ‘new’ whether it was with the cyberfeminist collective VNS Matrix (1990-1991), as the MOO persona GashGirl at LambdaMOO, through her web hauntings as the ghost doll yoko at dollspace, or as a guest artist on Graham Harwood’s Netmonster.

Tyler Stefanich

2012
Image courtesy of the artist

(USA)

Tyler Stefanich is an Minnesota artist whos work draws on memory and unconscious habits of interpretation, using analog/digital-technologies to dislodge the viewer’s sense of normalcy.

Arjan Dhupia

2012
Image courtesy of the artist

(GER)

Arjan Dhupia is a PhD Fellow of Experimental Game Design and Development at Portsmouth University, where he develops a critical vocabulary for designing and analyzing locative narratives in location-based games.

Invisible Flock

2012
Image courtesy of the artists

(UK)

Leeds based Interactive arts trio Invisible Flock are developing their latest project Sea of Voices as part of their Residency at Blast Theory.

Invisible Flock

2011
Bring The Happy, image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Member of Invisible Flock Ben Eaton, undertook a residency at 20 Wellington Road in 2010.

Sugar Beast Circus

2011
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Sugar Beast Circus are a collective of artists, performers and designers with a shared vision to create work that broadens the scope of interdisciplinary work and to break down the barrier between theatre, gallery and big-top.

Dan Dixon

2011
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Dan Dixon is a Senior Lecturer at the University of West of England, currently working on a PhD titled Playing with Reality: An Aesthetic Framework for Understanding Pervasive Games.

Sarah Waterson

2011
Laika's Derive: Image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

Sarah Waterson is an Australian artist who has worked in new media for nearly 20 years.

Tommaso Dolcetta Capuzzo

2011
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(UK/Italy)

Tommaso Capuzzo is studying for a PhD in anthropology/performance art at Goldsmiths on pervasive games, as spaces of creativity and experimentation in social/cultural interaction.

Signal to Noise

2011
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

“Signal to Noise” is the moniker of Brighton based emerging artists Oliver Wilshen and Niall Quinn.

Kate Richards

2010
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(AUS)

Sydney-based artist and producer Kate Richards is interested in creating affective, immersive spaces.

Teemu Kivikangas

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(FIN)

Cross-media artist and designer based in Helsinki, Finland.

Christian Thompson

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

Melbourne based Christian Thompson developed a new series of photographic works during his residency.

Andrea Polli

2010
Hello Weather, Image courtesy of the artist

(USA)

Andrea Polli is from New Mexico, USA.

Teresa Almeida

2010
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(PT)

Singapore based artist Teresa Almeida continued development on her latest project ‘Roam’, firstly developed at the Banff New Media Institute in 2009.

Diego Bonetto

2010
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(AUS)

Diego Bonetto is a multimedia artist living and practicing in Sydney and is a key member of artists’ collectives SquatSpace, the Network of UnCollectable Artists (NUCA) and the BigFAGPress.

Laura Kate Jennings

2010
Laura Kate Jennings: Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Laura-Kate Jennings is an artist and researcher based in London.

Natasha Davis

2010
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(UK)

Natasha’s solo practice is interdisciplinary, process-led and based around rigorous investigation through research & interpretation of personal histories that tap into universal values & issues.

Monika Codourey

2010
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(CH)

Monika Codourey is a Zurich based architect who thinks beyond designing spatial forms and explores how digital media can contribute to shaping social processes in urban environment.

Joseph Young

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Lewes based Joseph Young developed a new work at Blast Theory inspired by the Milan Futurists and the poetics of the Dada movement.

Ben Eaton

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Ben works with computers, video, and performance to make interactive work and experiences.

Sheila Ghelani

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK)

Sheila is a London based interdisciplinary artist who makes performance, film and Live Art work.

Bogdan Spanjevic and Mirko Stojkovi

2010
Image courtesy of the artist

(SB)

Bogdan Spanjevic and Mirko Stojkovic from ApsArt, The Center for Theater Research in Belgrade developed a new pervasive game and developed new networks in the UK.

David Fryer

2009
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(UK)

David Fryer studied Textiles at Goldsmiths and Design at the Royal College of Art and now creates time-based and permanent public art works, gallery exhibitions and group exhibitions.

Andy Field

2009
Photo by Ludovic Des Cognets

(UK)

Andy Field makes strange encounters for unusual places.

Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski

2009
Image courtesy of the artist

(AUS)

Leon Cmielewski and Josephine Starrs are artists whose long term collaboration has produced a variety of screen-based installations.

Me And The Machine

2009
Image courtesy of the artist

(UK/SP)

Me and The Machine is Sam Pearson (UK) and Clara García Fraile (Spain).