Blast Theory’s Executive Producer Julianne Pierce has been selected to attend a 2-week residential Clore Leadership Short Courses in March 2010.
The book features a foreword by Alan Haydon, Director of the De La Warr Pavilion and an essay by Richard Grayson.
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.
Sheila Ghelani is a London based interdisciplinary artist working in performance and film.
Matt Adams will give a workshop exploring the impact of locative media on the museum and heritage sector in Amsterdam on 8th December as part of The Mobile City.
As part of the Live Art Development Agency’s Live Art in the UK programme, documentation of Blast Theory’s work was recently shown at the Post War Arts and Culture Festival in Sulaymanaya in Iraqi-Kurdistan.
Blast Theory is currently calling for applications for the
20 Wellington Road Residency Programme, for the period 2009 – 2011.