From Bradford, UNESCO City of Film, we write about film, photography, television, animation, gaming and the web.
Robbie Cooper’s Immersion project captures images of people as they become immersed in different types of media. Having toured the world with his project and exhibition, now Cooper wants to take it to the next level.
Have such technological pursuits replaced the more traditional virtuous intentions? We take a look at what inspiration can be found for this year’s resolutions in the National Photography Collection.
Wednesday 19th September 2012 is Ask a Curator Day. Museums around the globe are opening their doors to the Twittersphere so you can ask a Curator anything you want. We … Continue reading
Google is 14 years old today! Many happy returns. I guess that means Google is in the midst of that difficult teenage phase. I imagine its rapid growth has meant … Continue reading
To mark the opening of Life Online, we invited a selection of people involved in the project to contribute to this blog. Adrian Slatcher is on the Life Online Advisory … Continue reading
Ross Phillips will focus on open source culture with his work, Read Aloud, which mirrors the collaborative nature of the open internet.
One of the interactive games I was tasked with making for a gallery about the internet was about life before the internet. A perverse request you might think? Perhaps I’d … Continue reading
Erin Newell and Phil Bird’s artwork, 1 and another, celebrates the web’s open source spirit of sharing and collaboration.
Globally-renowned visual artists Thomson and Craighead will focus on the threat to net neutrality with their piece Live Portrait of Tim Berners-Lee (an early warning system).
Getting the opportunity to work on a brand new gallery doesn’t happen very often, so when work began on Life Online and we found out we were going to make … Continue reading
Six months ago, a group of dedicated young people came together to work on the development of a brand new artwork as part of the Life Online project. Here we … Continue reading