“Excellent presentation opened up possibilities for narrative and non-narrative storytelling. The energy was palpable and the event creative and thought-provoking.”
Senior Course Leader Anglia Ruskin University
An interactive art installation presented by Anglia Ruskin University as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. With live audio and visual performances the piece explored surveillance culture as the audience was being ‘watched’ and integrated into the installation.
The piece sought to explore how our identity and privacy are being eroded through the rise of the internet and social media networks. With now functioning face recognition apps, are we willingly adopting an Orwellian reality? Each performance was be unique as it included improvised “video jockeying” to music.
We enlisted student volunteers from the Cambridge School of Art to take part to help build the set, run the event, perform as VJs, and create films of the event. Our installation was one of the 15 official Anglia Ruskin University events held from October 20th to November 2nd 2014. We had over 20% of the total number of visitors to the university’s event which included lectures, art installations and a play.
Concept, Development, Creative Direction, Staging, Lighting, Set Build, Filming, Video Jockeying, Production, Brand Guardianship, Promotion, Research, Music, Post Production, Editing, Sound Design, Motion Graphic Design, Isadora Design and Programming.