Research resident: Kate Sicchio

We're excited to host Kate Sicchio as our second Algorithmic Pattern resident in our Sheffield studio during April 2023. Kate is a choreographer and technologist, well known for her work in algorithmic choreography and live coding, through a wide range of interdisciplinary collaborations. She will be joining us from Richmond US, where she is assistant professor of dance and media technologies in the department of Dance + Choreography, and an …

Social Microbes residencies open call

**This call is now closed** We have several paid residencies available on the theme of Social Microbes, working with Dr. Elze Hesse, and with three host organisation options.

2022 Studio Review

The 2022 annual studio review is ready! Featuring virus evolution, air pollution, Aphex Twin, algorithmic pattern, CCTV of insects, river citizen science, local government policy support, a climate change decision making tool, and a live coding book.

Penelopean robotics revisited

After their adventures of 2021, it's time to revisit and rework the design of the Penelopean Woven Robots. These robots were originally created to weave braids around a maypole, with their form and construction depicting a kind of alternative future where the ancient Greeks went on to design modern technology embedded with their science of the woven cosmos.

Vaxcraft at Canada's Science Literacy Week

Our Vaxcraft installation had its first public use as part of a day of activities at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, run by Dr Ben Ashby with around 80 students from local high schools.