Monkey Business closing party
The closing party for Monkey Business was great fun for everyone, with music provided by DJs Fossa and Brother Louis. Browse the gallery to see all the interactive works in action!
Bloodbath is a twelve screen video installation controlled with Max/MSP/Jitter. The video screens are hung horizontally such that the viewer must walk beneath them to view the images. There is a contemplative feeling to the video, it appears that the hands are washing away the blood (their sins?), yet the…
No Traces of Sentimentality
A large plant-like inflatable sculpture fills the museum space, its tentacles or branches reaching out to suck passers by in. The walls of the gallery are painted with large scale illustrations of head and pubic lice - parasites we'd rather not think about. The whole space echoes with the sounds…
Myself as a Minotaurus
A sculptural interactive installation referencing the legend of the Minotaur as a symbol of re-birth. Here the Monster as Mother gives birth to the blind child giant as we climb and bounce on her.
You and me forever, Kiss me Goodbye
Interactive sculptural installation. A stereotypical desert island sits in the middle of a sky blue painted room. The walls are painted with the handwritten thoughts of a serial killer. On each side a small monitor ceates a "window" into another dream reality as skies drift past. Lie back on the…
"Monkey Business, or love in a cold climate" is our latest exhibition, opening 10th November at Kerava Art Museum, Finland. Please see Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/mr.andy.best?ref=name#/group.php?gid=48503327443 for more details!
Too Much of a Mouthful at PPP during the AND Festival
Too Much of a Mouthful, our work commissioned by folly for their Portable Pixel Playground, will be presented within PPP at the AND Festival in Liverpool, Saturday 25th September. See http://www.andfestival.org.uk/siteNorm/programme/selectedEvent.php?qsSelectedEventId=86
Wet and windy in Belfast for ISEA 2009!
Thanks to the perseverence of the ISEA production team and support given to us by the Finnish Institute and the Finnish Embassy in London we were able to present "Empty Stomach" over two days at the Waterfront Centre in Belfast, as part of the International Symposium on Electronic Art 2009.…
Empty Stomach at ISEA 2009
Empty Stomach should be shown outside the Waterfront centre in Belfast next week, Thursday 27th and Friday 28th August, during the International Symposium on Electronic Art 2009. It has been quite a struggle with the Health and Safety authorities, so let's see if all goes well - keeping fingers crossed.…