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  • New projects in King's Lynn & Wisbech

    May 2017: We’re currently working to two projects in King's Lynn and Wisbech. The R&D Challenge in King's Lynn started in May with 4 teams working over the summer on projects around data, light and projection. In Wisbech, The Brink a story-led augmented reality project will start in June with a cohort of local creatives and participants to develop a trail of futuristic stories around along the North Brink area.

    Each project is supported by Arts Council England, Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP and locally Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk and Market Place in Wisbech. The outcomes from the projects will launch to partners and the public in October 2017. 

    Interested? Our in_collusion: arts and technology Meetup groups consists of people keen to work in the area. If you would like to connect with others, feel free to sign-up to these groups in King's Lynn and Wisbech.


  • Find out about our amazing artists labs

    May 2017: Collusion's most recent lab brought together 8 artists from across the UK to delve into virtual, augmented and mixed reality. 

    The artists explored and produced work using new virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies including the HTC Vive using Tilt Brush, 360 cameras and the Microsoft Hololens. Leading experts from University of Cambridge Engineering department, Anglia Ruskin University's gaming department, Sedgwick Museum and established digital artists such as Gibson/Martelli and Kinicho VR joined the artists mid-week to showcase the latest techniques and methodologies. The event closed on Friday 19th May, where the artists present their experience and ideas to Collusion’s partners and key representatives from Cambridge’s arts and technology sectors. #collusionlabs

    Supported by Arts Council England & the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP, ARM, Cambridge Consultants, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Cambridge Museums, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence and Cambridge Junction. 




  • Announcement: in_collusion R&D artists

    July 2017: Since the start of the year, we’ve had the pleasure of working with 26 talented artists from all over the UK, representing a whole host of disciplines at our artists’ labs.

    A couple of artists from each lab were chosen to enter our tailored programme which supports them to research their ideas further, gain access to technology and expertise and helps them produce new works, expand their knowledge and practice.

    Click here to find out more and see full details of the amazing artists we’re working with.

    Each artist will working closely with Collusion and our partners to develop a short R&D project, with the aim for this to be showcased in in 2017. All R&D artists, lab participants and UK professional artists can then apply to our larger commissions programme announced later this year. 

    Read the full article here