Read about Proximity and Alienation in our Work

Uncle Roy in the limousine

Rowan Wilken from the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne has written a fascinating chapter on Uncle Roy All Around You and Rider Spoke. Click here to download it.

Take part in Dial Ulrike and Eamon Compliant

Premiering at Frequency Festival in Lincoln, you can take part for free from 18th-26th October. Click here for more information.

See Nick's Talk in Lincoln

Alongside the premiere of Dial Ulrike and Eamon Compliant, Nick will be leading a talk at Frequency Festival exploring the themes and inspirations of this piece and other work. Saturday 26th October 4pm – 5.30pm

See Nick's Talk at playARK Festival

Artist talk at 20 Wellington Road

Nick will be doing a talk at playARK games festival in Cardiff on 1st November alongside some other great speakers. Click here to find out more

Digital Ideas Camp

A woman works on a laptop

Funding in the digital era. A series of workshops and mentoring to aid skills development and fund scoping for organisations in the South East of England.

Meet our Artist in Residence – Heather Kelley

Image courtesy of the artist

We are happy to welcome Heather Kelley to Blast Theory from 7th October  – 29th November.

Work with us

TRUCOLD at Fringe Fusine, Venice Biennale

We are looking to recruit an Artists’ Assistant as our current Artists’ Assistant, Sarah Burrell is moving to New York and pastures new.

Watch the highlights from I'd Hide You at Sheffield Doc/Fest

I'd hide You, Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013

Edited by ex-volunteer extraordinaire Harvey Herman

View our Photos from My Neck of the Woods

Take a look at some of the highlights from the live transmission on 20th & 21st September.

See Matt's talk in Sheffield

The performer

Matt is talking at “In Imagination: the future reflected in art and argument” at the University of Sheffield on Friday 4th October. The event accompanies the UK premiere of “Tomorrow’s Parties” by Forced Entertainment. Matt will be talking about how art can scope out new futures and the limitations inherent in that process.