Future Tourist

Alessandro Acquisiti on why privacy matters

  • 13th September 2016
Alessandro Acquisiti on why privacy matters

Thought provoking talk on personal data, privacy and the internet. Source material for our Future Tourist ideas. http://www.ted.com/talks/alessandro_acquisti_why_privacy_matters?language=en

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‘Nothing much ever came of a reasonable expectation’

  • 2nd February 2016
‘Nothing much ever came of a reasonable expectation’

https://vimeo.com/87199373 Tim Kindberg, creative technologist talking about his work as part of our r&d for Future Tourist.

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‘No aspect is straightforward or easy’

  • 2nd February 2016

https://vimeo.com/87199374 AnitaSullivan from Part Exchange Co on Vimeo.

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You and Your Work – Tim Kindberg

  • 2nd February 2016

Q. Who are you and what form does your artistic practice take? I’m Tim Kindberg. I’m a creative technologist, which means I work on creative applications of technology. I’m a writer in my spare time (I’m working on a dystopian novel set in Avonmouth in 2087) and director & occasional editor of Magma, a poetry magazine. Q. Why and how did you start this sort of work? I’m a computer scientist by background. I collaborated with artists a few times when I was with Hewlett-Packard Labs in Silicon Valley and Bristol. When I left HP at the end of 2010, I decided to work mainly on creative...

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2 Days of Ideas Development!

  • 2nd February 2016
2 Days of Ideas Development!

Rachel Aspinwall, Part Exchange Co & The Engine House's Artistic Director reports back on early days Future Tourist activity. The creative team on Future Tourist met to explore ideas in the 'real world' for the first time on the 7th and 8th of November at The Station in Silver street. Artists meet creative technologist - who also happens to be an artist - causing creative sparks that fuelled an incredibly intense and interesting two days development of ideas. Tim Kindberg not only knew something about pretty much every technological question we asked him but he has also conducted experiments...

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You and Your Work – Anita Sullivan

  • 2nd February 2016

Q. Who are you and what form does your artistic practice take? I am Anita Sullivan and my work takes place in found sites, on Radio 4, online and in theatres. I am a storyteller, using whatever means serve the story. Q. Why and how did you start this sort of work? I started as a theatre stage-manager, I became an investigative journalist, I have a degree in multimedia technology and I write for radio because I am going deaf. I try to work in a way that combines as many of these different skills and means of expression as possible. Q. What contexts do you tend to work in and with whom? I...

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