Exhibition June 2018

Remote Contact Exhibition

Opens 18.00 on 4th June & continues to 9th June

Venue: The Bloomsbury Gallery34 Bloomsbury Street, LONDON WC1B 3QJ


Remote Contact is a new exhibition by interactive arts studio Invisible Flock that invites you to interact with the artworks, and to explore the ideas of Remote Contact and how creative uses of technology might enhance feelings of connection and tackle isolation. Co-designed with individuals and their families living with dementia, Remote Contact presents a series of interactive artworks exploring how sensory and generative technologies can enhance connections between families and their relatives in care.

Click here to download or read an online version of the booklet that accompanies Remote Contact

Remote Contact is commissioned by IN-TOUCH: Digital Touch Communication, an ERC research project at UCL, led by Prof Carey Jewitt (UCL). It is supported by FACT and Community Integrated Care, funded by Arts Council England and Leeds City Council, with the support of a Wellcome Trust Arts Award, and in collaboration with Prof Nadia Berthouze (UCL).

Opening Event – Monday 4 June 2018 18.00 – 20.30 including:

Drinks & Artist Talk 19.00 – 19.45

Ben Eaton, Technical Director, a member of the interactive arts studio Invisible Flock, is a digital artist and creative technologist interested in the critical use of new technology, as well as place, hardware and sound. He will talk about the artefacts and process of the development of the REMOTE CONTACT exhibition.

More info and to register your interest please visit our eventbrite page here

Interactive Touch Workshop – Friday 8 June 2018 15:00 – 17:00

How To Build A Capacitive Proximity And Touch Sensing Water Synthesiser (or How To Know What To Do When You Don’t Know What You’re Doing)

Led by Artist Collective Invisible Flock, this workshop is an opportunity to have a play with multi-frequency capacitive sensing; building simple circuits, writing code and designing applications. The workshop is open to all abilities and will focus on the problem solving skills needed to be creative with technology.

Spaces limited: to book, email Kerstin Leder Mackley at k.ledermackley@ucl.ac.uk or register your interest here

Remote Contact is running as part of the UCL Festival of Culture.