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Mon, 17 Oct 2011
Dropsketch / Shine Rothwell / Archive Updates

Another busy week. On Friday I was photographed for the Leicester Mercury for an article about Dropsketch that appeared in the paper on Saturday. The article had an immediate effect on the usage of the app, with 50+ downloads over the weekend.

On Saturday evening there was the latest Shine event, this time in Rothwell. A gallery of pictures can be found on Flickr. The final show is next Saturday in Oundel, Northamptonshire.

I have also upload more materials to my archive. There is a collection of materials about Virtual Reality from 1993 - 1996, the Resonance Arts Group 1993 - 1998 and Zion Train Live Multimedia Materials from 2000 - 2001.

Mon, 10 Oct 2011
Website Updates

I've been updating my various websites over the past few months. The site has been merged with, meaning that all my current and past work since 2000 can be found in one place. I've kept the older projects on - although this site has had a bit of an update too. The work's not quite finished, but I hope you'll agree that the new site is easier to navigate and better maintained than the old.

Sun, 09 Oct 2011
St Nicholas Session and Shine Northampton

For a non-believer I seem to be spending quite a bit of time at Churches these days! On Friday I went to the latest St Nicholas Church (Leicester) music event organised by Ola Szmidt. This featured and eclectic - and excellent - mix of music and poetry. I provided lighting for the event.

On Saturday was the latest Watch This Space Shine event. This time at All Saints Church in Northampton. As with the previous two events I ran a version of Memory Mirror that was projected on the church and worked with artist Paul Gent on "live drawing" during the show. It was well attended and seemed to go down well. Watch This Space have a great knack of creating spectacular and accessible arts events at historic places and it's always nice to be working with them.

No matter what you believe (or don't believe in), Churches are undoubtedly amazing buildings. It's particularly good to see them being put to more secular uses, such as hosting events like these.

See pictures from Friday here and from Saturday here.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Steve Jobs RIP

From the Mac Plus in the 1980s to the iPhone in the 2010s Steve Jobs has provided the tools I've needed to realise my creative potential. He will be missed.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Introducing the Interact Gallery

I haven't been able to watch the whole thing through yet (but then who does like to see themselves on video!). However, this video introduction to The Interact Galley that was filmed earlier today by John Coster from Citizens' Eye does a good job of getting the ideas across.

Mon, 03 Oct 2011
Shine at Earls Barton

The second Shine event took place on Saturday night. This time at Earls Barton. See my Flickr photographs here. The next event is this Saturday in Northampton.

Sun, 02 Oct 2011
goLeicestershire iPhone App

Cuttlefish has developed a new iPhone app for Leicestershire Promotions that provides a guide to historic Leicester. The goLeicestershire app contains information on 30 historic locations around the city, plus photos, video and additional information. It's a free download from the Apple App store.

Thu, 29 Sep 2011

Nemeton has been given a bit of a face-lift in keeping with other Cuttlefish sites. You'll also find a growing collection of pictures from the site on Flickr.

Wed, 28 Sep 2011
Bath Time by Honest Dave

Today saw the premier of Honest Dave‘s new interactive video work “Bath Time" at The Interact Gallery. The piece was produced for his MA at DeMontfort University and examines issues of public vs. private space through the use of video of two people bathing and their reflections on “bath time". The work will be on show at The Interact Gallery until 4th October.

Sun, 25 Sep 2011
ABC Interact Gallery

Fabrika was location ‘A' on the ABC arts event last night. Downstairs there was live music, poetry and performance and upstairs The Interact Gallery was fully on-line with a full exhibition of my new work.

There was a good turnout and everything ran smoothly. Hopefully it will be the first of many well-attended events at the gallery.

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