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Anti Design Festival: BBC R&D Exhibit

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Ant Miller Ant Miller | 16:10 UK time, Monday, 23 August 2010

Quick heads up about the Anti Design Festival. This forthcoming cultural event in London runs from the 18th to the 26th of September as a counter point to the well established London Design Festival. BBC R&D will be contributing to the event helping to create an advanced audio visual installation.  From the festival blog:

"Charlesworth, Lewandowski and Mann are developing a performance installation in collaboration with the BBC's R&D department exploring 3D sound and a live cut-up documentation technology. This dedicated space will also host nine evening performances curated by Cecilia Wee, who is one of the Late at the Tate producers, plus Jon Wozencroft of Touch Music, and featuring amongst others a sub-cosplay event presented by Emily OwusuMark Moore."


As the team here develop the installation in preparation for the show we'll be filming behind the scenes and we should be able to show the result of that work here in a month or so.  In the mean time keep an eye on the pages of Design Week to see a write up of the project as it comes together.


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