This is an ambitious project of national significance that delivers the first ever ‘active reality’ arts project. Active Reality is a way of describing a project that brings multiple elements together in an episodic manner – in this case live shows, augmented reality and large-scale projection. These are then laid over a specific location, in this case the Norfolk town of King’s Lynn, to create a reality-bending adventure story.
The moving stage travelled from north to south from The Lounge to Chaiwalla and this trial and procession down the road really celebrated the diversity and uniqueness of the area and people loved it: cars tooted and people danced to dhol drummers, sang with the sitar player and huddled under the awnings to watch street theatre outside Madina Grill, Sado Bar and Carla’s Cafe - this was a sight to behold and a unexpected spectacle!
Artists’ commissions to explore artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technological concerns
Collusion's R&D Challenge in King's Lynn: ‘Something really different for King’s Lynn; we need more arts projects like this!’ King’s Lynn Resident
Find out about how artist and animator, Jo Lawrence colluded with Cambridge Consultants on her R&D project, Datascom.
Through our artists’ labs, Collusion have had the pleasure of working with 26 talented artists from all over the UK representing a whole host of disciplines. We're delighted to announce the group of in_collusion R&D artists whose short projects will be showcased later this year.
Collusion is thrilled to share with you the artists we’ve selected for upcoming labs on virtual, augmented and mixed reality in May and artificial intelligence in June.
A new series of articles from Collusion written by Creative Associates. This was first published on Medium and written in_collusion with Cambridge-based journalist, Pete Naughton
With 480 members and growing, Collusion's Meetups excite and delight with fun, playful and immersive experiences.
Interesting article written by Trevor Wood from Cambridge Consultants following his talk at our Artists' Lab, data-culture in January 2017