Blast Theory artist Ju Row Farr will be guest lecturer for the third year and MA students at The University of Sussex on Thursday 24th February.
Blast Theory artist Ju Row Farr will be giving a presentation to the final year students of the Performance and Visual Art course on Friday 18th February.
Students currently studying their scond year of Critical Fine Art course are setting up a bar in the gallery of Brighton University on Grand Parade and have invited a number of artists to come and give informal talks on their work for the week of 14th to 21st February.
Blast Theory artist Matt Adams is taking part in The Story at The Conway Hall, London on Friday 18th February.
Blast Theory is extremely pleased to welcome new Board members Julien Boast and Verity Slater.
A season of Rider Spoke will be presented by University College Falmouth (incorporating Dartington College of Arts) on March 4th, 5th and 6th.
For the last two years Blast Theory artists have provided support and mentoring to emerging Brighton based artists company Me and The Machine.
We’ve just got back from presenting A Machine To See With at Sundance Film Festival as part of the New Frontiers Programme.
“Signal to Noise” is the moniker of Brighton based artists Oliver Wilshen and Niall Quinn.
Playmakers is a groundbreaking documentary about the emerging phenomenon of Pervasive games.
Riders Have Spoken is currently included in Growing Knowledge: The Evolution of Research exhibition at the British Library.