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Title: Creator Nottingham 16 17 March, 2009

CreatorNottingham16 - 17 March, 2009
  • Helen Sloan
  • SCAN

About SCAN
  • SCAN is an agency developing media arts in the
    South of England. It works in partnership with a
    broad range of individuals, groups and
    institutions nationally and internationally to
    commission innovative projects that cross and
    merge disciplines drawn from arts, media,
    humanities, law, science and technology. SCAN
    explores ideas, sites and tools showing the
    creative potential that media arts offer in our
    changing society.
  • Research Focused
  • SCAN current themes
  • Media Arts and the Creative Economy Sonic Arts
    Technology and the Environment

Partners 2008/9
  • Artpoint
  • Arts Catalyst
  • ArtSway
  • Bournemouth University
  • University of Brighton
  • FAST (Farnborough Air Science Trust)
  • Furtherfield
  • ICA
  • Lighthouse Brighton
  • Textile Futures Research Group, London Consortium
  • New Greenham Arts
  • University of Portsmouth
  • i-DAT, University of Plymouth
  • South Hill Park Arts Centre
  • Space Media
  • University of Wales
  • Watershed Media Centre

SCAN working environments
Supporting Artists - Up to 3 year contracts
  • John Bell
  • Patrick Courtney
  • Jeannie Driver
  • Terry Flaxton
  • Flow Motion
  • Julie Freeman
  • Tina Gonsalves
  • Simon Hollington and Kypros Kyrianou
  • Tessa Elliott and Jonathan Jones Morris (Surgery
    Digital Arts Research)
  • Rob Smith
  • Stanza
  • Lizzie Sykes
  • Steve Symons
  • Previously supported
  • Peter Hardie
  • Igloo
  • Hywel Davies
  • Armin Medosch

  • Tina Gonsalves
  • Supported by a Wellcome Trust Art Award,
    Australian Network for Art and Technology,
    Wellcome Institute, Sussex Medical School, MIT
    Media Labs, SCAN, Lighthouse, Arts Council
    England, Australian Arts Council

CHAMELEON Helen Sloan (Director SCAN media
arts agency) producer and curator,
CHAMELEONTina Gonsalves (artist) Tina Gonsalves
is honorary artist in resident at the Wellcome
Department of Imaging Neuroscience (WDIN) and
visiting artist at the Media Lab, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, USA, (MIT)Prof Hugo
Critchley (Chair of Psychiatry at Brighton Sussex
Medical School) neuroscientific mentor and
external supervisor for the projectProf Chris
Frith (Social Neuroscientist, Wellcome Trust
Department for Neuroimaging) neuroscientific
mentor for the project, CHAMELEON Prof Rosalind
Picard (Director of Affective Computing Group at
the Media Lab, MIT) will act as affective
computing mentor for the project Dr Rana El
Kaliouby (Affective Computing Group, MIT) El
Kaliouby will direct the engineering for the
project, CHAMELEON Project length 24 months
CHAMELEON is an interactive video and sound
art installation driven by emotional expression
of participant that will be exhibited in the UK
and internationally. A catalogue will document
the project. CHAMELEON uses neuroscience, art
and technology to exploit empathic circuits
between audiences and interactive arts.
CHAMELEON illustrates how we infect each other
with our emotions.
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iseries Tessa Elliott and Jonathan Jones Morris
  • i0001 Series Camerawork 1995
  • i 0010, Performance Sadlers Wells
  • Dancer testing the tool further than gallery g
  • oing audience
  • 2007 - 2011 Data Golem, University of Portsmouth,
    U of Plymouth, Stanford University, Bournemouth
    University, Bangor University

Ballcam - Lizzie Sykes
  • Single screen works
  • Touring exhibition
  • Prototype

13 Jeannie Driver
Aura I and Aura II
  • Aura - Sonic Augmented Reality
  • Single User and Multiple User
  • Alternative uses of Aura

Goodbye Vile Earth
  • Kyp Kyprianou and Simon Hollington in residence
    at Farnborough Air Science Trust (FAST) Museum
  • Exhibition, South Hill Park Arts Centre,
    Bracknell, 2nd Feb - 16th March, 2008
  • A project from Distributed South initiative
    managed by SCAN and Space Media

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SCAN Summary
  • Development of research and residencies
  • Development of Partners
  • Facilitation of emergent forms of practice
  • Development of new models
  • Brokering Collaborations
  • Production and curation of experimental work
  • Practice led research
  • Entrepreneurial working

Thank you
  • Helen Sloan
  • Director
  • SCAN
  • The Media School
  • Weymouth House
  • Bournemouth University
  • Talbot Campus
  • Poole
  • BH12 5BB
  • 01202 961451
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