Make a video about the importance of art and culture. We want to share the multitude of ways that our lives have been enhanced by the breadth and vibrancy of art and culture in this country.
Due to popular demand, an extra date has been added for Dial Ulrike And Eamon Compliant at Live Collision International Festival in Dublin. Now live from 24th – 27th April 2014.
Matt will be at the 21st Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film (ITFS), on 26th April, talking about what happens when games leave the computer. Matt’s talk on pervasive games is part of “Playful Art – playable intersection of art, film, and animation”.
We are presenting Dial Ulrike and Eamon Compliant at Live Collision International Festival in Dublin from 24th – 26th April. Alongside the performance, Ju Row Farr will lead a one day artist workshop.
Have you ever experienced a Blast Theory project? Have you got a story to share about what happened? Whatever it is – however large or small – please share it with us.
Alex Peckham has joined us as Lead Technologist.
With several upcoming tours, we couldn’t be more excited that the public have voted for Rider Spoke as a semifinalist for the IAPA for the upcoming round in the Southeast Asian region.
Victor Diaz (ES) is a talented artist and engineer with a breathtaking track record working in contexts such as Kitchen Budapest, Medialab Prado in Madrid and The Patching Zone in Rotterdam.
Nick will be taking a sabbatical this summer to refresh his skills and learn some new tricks.
Rider Spoke film and other shorts produced by Blast Theory will be exhibited on 6th April, at the FilmForum Festival, in Gorizia, Italy.
On 2nd April at 5.30pm UK time Matt Adams will join a virtual roundtable to discuss the convergence of games and live performance.