Matt Adams discusses kidnapping people as part of a 5 minute interview about scaring people. It’s at the end of the 60 minute programme.
Ju Row Farr will be presenting a lecture at Birbeck College, University of London on the MA Arts Policy Course titled The Arts and Cultural/Creative Industries on Tuesday 17th November.
Julianne Pierce is giving a lecture on the work of Blast Theory at the SPIELART Festival in Munich on Monday 30th November at 7pm.
One newly refurbished studio space is currently available for rent at the Blast Theory Building in Portslade, Brighton.
Ulrike and Eamon Compliant features in Peter Wayner’s article on new forms of gaming in the New York Times.
To read the article click here.
Channel 4 Education is supporting the development of ‘Ivy4Evr’, an interactive band diary for SMS aimed at teenagers.
Polly Borland recently shot some photos in our studios for Bella Freud’s new range featuring Susie Bick.
Matt Adams’ article on Pervasive Games appeared in The Independent supplement covering Sheffield’s Doc/Fest.
Blast Theory has been awarded the first ever Locative Cinema Commission.
Current Artist in Residence Andy Field will be giving an Artist Talk on Wednesday 11th November from 6.
The Live Art Development Agency (LADA) is celebrating its tenth anniversary through a special series of projects including ten commissions of short films about and around Live Art that will be posted online each month throughout 2009.
Flypad is a new commission for the Public Gallery in West Bromwich (United Kingdom) which opened in August 2009.