Tag : 2015

Gwangju Design Biennale, South Korea

15 October to 13 November 2015
Exhibit Hall 3 - Sustainable Futures
Gwangju Design Biennale 2015

3×4 is to feature at Gwangju Design Biennale 2015 in South Korea. This year’s biennale examines the theme of conviviality in design. Contributing to the exhibition ‘Sustainable Futures’ curated by Hyo Won Lee, a short video documentary of 3×4’s playful, sensorial exploration of new hybrids of digital space forms part of a portfolio of works featured from the University of Brighton. Focusing on creative R&D for growth, the exhibition is united by an interest in new sustainable paradigms that combine the values of East and West. Fifteen universities and five enterprise institutions from South Korea, China, Japan, Italy and India are contributing to this showcase of creative design experiments.

AHRC Design Symposium

25 September 2015

3×4 presented as a pecha kucha by Prof Paul Sermon and Dr Claire McAndrew at the AHRC Design Symposium exploring future innovation in design.

International Symposium on Electronic Art

14 to 18 August 2015

Research Paper and Presentation

UnBox Pop-Up

25 June 2015
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

A pop-up in London celebrating the spirit of multidisciplinary cross-cultural collaborations, showcasing projects incubated as a part of UnBox Fellowships over the last three years.

3×4 at Web We Want Festival 2015

28 to 31 May 2015
10.00am-4.00pm BST / 2.30pm-8.30pm IST
Southbank Centre, London
India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Southbank Centre - Web We Want Festival

Audiences in Delhi and London experience, perform and play in a shared digital space.

Two identical installations measuring 3 x 4 metres are draped in chroma-key fabric that creates a live mixed-reality video connection. This allows the audiences at Southbank Centre and at an arts venue in Delhi, to coexist and interact with one another in the same room. The installation connects the two cities, live, six hours per day.

3×4 at Alchemy Festival 2015

15 to 25 May 2015
10.00am—4.00pm BST / 2.30pm—8.30pm IST
Southbank Centre, London
India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Southbankcentre — Alchemy Festival

Spanning five time zones the installation will be connected 6 hours a day from: 10.00am to 4.00pm in London and 2.30pm to 8.30pm in Delhi, combining two cities not just spatially but temporally, from the start of one person’s day to the end of another’s. The networked convergence of these two physical 3×4 metre structures and their urban locations will allow these diverse public audiences the opportunity to explore networked spaces as new mixed-reality hybrid environments. It will make it possible to experience, not only the presence of geographically distant participants, but also a sense of coexistence with them.