It's took us a Paradigm some time to get over the madness of the exhibition, but now we are back into gear and thinking about next year's event. One job we've been meaning to do is write up all the amazing comments we received in our comments book and through social media. Some of the comments in the book were very hard to read, so we have maybe missed a couple out.
The landscape of the body is forced to abstraction through repetition in a never-ending geometric kaleidoscope of form. Finding sexual shapes in the body which is not so obvious at first sight, shifting the focus from erotic to geometric. The subtle body shots not only express the desire for perfection but are exploring the mystery which is present in the work.
This series utilises black and white photography which have been manipulated digitally to create intoxicating visual forms.
pu$$y pILLow is an interactive pussy, in a pillow. So it’s like 2in1 but even better. Try to get touchy with it and you’ll trigger the reaction. Exactly the reaction you’d expect from getting a bit too touchy touchy with the pussy. pu$$y pILLowis waiting for you to explore it.
Spectrum investigates our relationship with the interaction of digitally enhanced artefacts through the use of colour and space.
A central light sculpture is the focus point of this piece. It watches as the participant interacts with it and the room then reacting to their movements, changing - if it feels like it - the colour and mood within the environment.
The disorientation felt in a club or at a festival can be both wonderful and disconcerting. When we leave that other world behind, what lingers in our personal and collective memory?
From utopian roots to sprawling commodification, dance music has a rich history. With many musicians examining, dismantling and reconfiguring the scene from within, Rewind considers the social and creative space that dance music inhabits.
Plastic Vortex emerges as an immersive environment consisting of 300 spheres made up of 30,000 plastic cups. Through her work Joanna brings to our attention to fact that we live in an age of mass production. The throwaway society we belong to produces an ever-increasing, uncontrollable amount of plastic waste that piles up in our landfills and seas.
Inside/Out is an installation which explores ideas around perception, imagination and the fear of the unknown.
A wooden shed-like structure stands within an empty space. It is constructed from lengths of timber and plywood and on the front is a heavy door, which is secured with many latches, padlocks and bolts. The wooden box is roofless and surrounding the top is a metal cage and barbwire.
This shared space will contain a cohesive combination of illustration, 3D animation, augmented reality, motion controlled interactive music and projection mapping.
Werewolf are augmenting their design and animation skills with a curiosity in interactive technology. For them, preparing for this exhibition was a good opportunity to push their abilities and learn some new techniques to deliver a fun and engaging experience.
Step into deepest, darkness space and create your own galaxy of brilliant shining stars. Bright Side Studios brings you a one off installation, using interactive projection and sound to create an immersive and etherial experience.