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March 31, 2012

"Read Aloud" at the National Media Museum

Read Aloud is an installation by Ross Phillips that invites the public to perform lines from a chosen book in a collective effort to read the entire work. Performed books can be enjoyed online and in the gallery from the moment the first line is recorded.

Commissioned as part of the National Media Museums "Life Online" exhibition, the work seeks to engage visitors to the museum in an experience that encourages creative and collaborative play.

All media generated by the installation will be made freely available on this site in the hope that new works will be created.

More info at
http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/

Software development by Dorian Fraser Moore @ The Useful Arts









January 28, 2012

Selfridges installations





Two installations for Selfridges flagship store on Oxford Street, London.

Story Chair
Press a button to listen to the first sentence, the first paragraph, the first page or the first chapter from a range of literary classics.

Software written by the delightful Andy Huntington

Shhhhhh

Directional audio signage triggered by a sensor in the main walkway. As customers walk by their attention is directed to the entrance of the space with a whispered 'shhhh no talking in the library', which only they can hear.

Fantastic audio recording by Condiment Junkie

June 16, 2011

It's Nice That

March 9, 2011

Design Week awards 2011

'Mirror Mirror' wins best installation at the Design Week awards.

"I would like to thank..."

February 16, 2011

Love Blossoms


Love Blossoms for Mulberry in collaboration with Danny brown.

Users registered online, chose a pattern from Mulberry's Spring Summer 2011 collection and added a personalised message. Come February 14, a digital seed was sent to the object of their affections via email. Once the link was opened, the seed grew into a unique bunch of flowers, the patterns of which were generated from that seasons Mulberry prints.

Backend by El Mysterioso and Groovytrain.