Puncture The Screen will be a place for creators and audiences alike to come together and experience the forefront of innovative, data driven, digital art and performance
The festival will have multiple different digital works on offer to experience, as well as workshops, how-to videos, and panel discussions to allow anyone to start making data driven, digital art and performance, even if they've never tried to before
Work commissioned for the festival includes:
The Next Best Thing
by Emily Holyoake
Measuring the audience’s personality to create personalised routes through a dystopian story,
The Next Best Thing is an interactive visual novel about finding your place in a confusing world.
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One question, numerous answers: “What’s the one thing you regret never having told
someone?” message not sent is a durational streamed performance about regret, loneliness,
and the things we never had a chance to say.
The Ashes World Tour
by Naomi Westerman/Little but Fierce
A multi-modal digital art project, The Ashes World Tour, combines digital data with audio-visual
content, and written text from an award-winning playwright, to explore themes of death, grief,
gender-based death rates, communal grieving rituals worldwide, and the importance of
Larkhall: A duet for piano and live visuals
The performance sees algorithms react in real-time to live piano compositions, creating vivid
imagery unique to every performance. Witness art that listens, and then paints itself alongside
by Tom Shennan
Blurring the lines between the artist’s and AI’s intentions, Augmented Art, uses a disinterested
AI as a collaborator in the process of creating intensely personal videos exploring identity and
by Michael-Jon Mizra
The performance finds innovative ways to represent data concerning the migrant crisis and
demonisation of Islam, using it to degrade and contort audio and visual works.
Our headline workshop will be led by technology driven theatre pioneers Imitating The Dog.
Check back soon for further announcements