TRUCOLD will be screened alongside works by a selection of artists at Fringe Fusina, a newly established contemporary art event launching in 2009 during the 53rd Venice Biennale International Art Festival.
Rider Spoke continues its successful touring itinerary with European and UK dates over summer 2009.
The British Council Showcase is held every two years and provides a platform for the best of British Live Art, performance and dance.
Blast Theory are running placements for interns at their studios with a deadline for applications twice a year.
Blast Theory are looking for a trainee IT technician to tour with the group.
Ulrike and Eamon Compliant has had a fantastic reception and was picked by several curators as the best work they saw at the Venice Biennale.
Jess Scully and Jonathon Rogers made a short film for the British Council about Rider Spoke at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney which is now up on YouTube.
Blast Theory are a partner in the Horizon, a major new research initiative led by the University of Nottingham that is exploring the potential of ubiquitous computing to transform our digital economy.
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.
Blast Theory is currently calling for applications for the
20 Wellington Road Residency Programme, for the period 2009 – 2011.