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Join Furtherfield on Resonance 104.4FM
Wednesday, March 2nd 2011.
Time 7-8pm (UK - GMT).
Hosts: Marc Garrett, Irini Papdimitriou & Jonathan Munro
Special Guests: Stuart Bowditch & Stanza
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Stanza, is a London based British artist who specializes in interactive art, networked spaces, installations and performances. Stanza's artworks explore artistic and technical opportunities to enable new aesthetic perspectives, experiences and perceptions within context of architecture, data spaces and online environments. Stanza's work crosses borders between artistic, technological and scientific sectors.
His award winning online projects have been invited for exhibition in digital festivals around the world. Work has centered on the idea of the building as a new display system and various projects have been made using live data, the use of live data in architectural space, and how it can be made into meaningful representations. see 'Publicity', 'Robotica', 'Sensity', as well as a whole series of work manipulating real time CCTV data to making artworks with them: See, 'Velocity', 'Authenticity', 'Urban Generation'. These works reform the data, work with the idea of bringing data from outside into the inside, and then present it back out again in open ended systems where the public is often engaged in or directly embedded in the artwork.
Stanza's work crosses borders between artistic, technological and scientific sectors. He creates participatory digital artworks that invite viewers to guide data flows or to simply observe self-generating compositions. His digital paintings shift through abstract and iconic patterns, which people can explore akin to virtual environments. Interactive and visually appealing, his style also maintains the substantive power through multi-facetted content. http://www.stanza.co.uk
Stuart Bowditch, is a sound artist working in many ways, open air, spaces and places. His interest in natural rhythms and routines of everyday life shapes the methodology of his work.
Working with individuals or groups to record new sets of sounds and over the years has built up a large archive of recordings which he draws upon to make songs, soundtracks to films and art installations. Simultaneously, the creations and experiences of others create a rich texture of layers, representing his life and those he has encountered along the way. http://www.stuartbowditch.co.uk
Also showcasing music and noise, providing a rolling lineup of experimental creative adventures for your amusement.