Trip hazard

Sandiland, Nic (2013) Trip hazard. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract

Overview: Part one-liner gag, part public intervention, Trip Hazard forms a physical and immediate bridge between everyday inadvertent actions in public spaces and the potentially catastrophic consequences such actions could have.
Further Details: Having spent a number of years looking at continuous connections between the viewer and digital performer I decided to revisit the more commonplace interaction of discrete cause and effect; where a particular action in the physical world might trigger a preset event in a digital space. This new direction was to some degree influenced through my involvement with Gary Steven’s Wake Up and Hide (Matt’s Gallery 2007): a video installation linking to the unintentional sounds of the gallery visitors to reactions contained within a series of video clips. Like Wake Up and Hide, Trip Hazard also looks at the inadvertent actions of the general public but concentrates on a proposed transfer of momentum between physical environment and digital space.

Venue Details

  1. Trip Hazard
    • Location: The Dome, Brighton, UK
    • Dates: 24-28 Sep 2013

  2. Trip Hazard
    • Location: Postgraduate Centre, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, UK
    • Dates: 3-8 Dec 2013

  3. Trip Hazard
    • Location: The Place Theatre, London, UK
    • Dates: 17 Oct - 30 Nov 2013

  4. Trip Hazard
    • Location: Cinedans, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Dates: 12-16 Mar 2014

  5. Trip Hazard
    • Location: The Dome, Brighton, UK
    • Dates: 27 Feb - 7 Mar 2014

  6. Trip Hazard
    • Location: M2 Gallery, London, UK
    • Dates: 20 Sept - 5 Dec 2014

  7. Trip Hazard
    • Location: Circus Gallery, London, UK
    • Dates: 25 March - 27 May 2015

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Research Areas: A. > School of Art and Design > Visual Arts
A. > School of Art and Design > Visual Arts > Electronic and Digital Arts cluster
Item ID: 16879
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Depositing User: Nic Sandiland
Date Deposited: 08 Jun 2015 13:14
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2016 14:35
URI: http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/16879

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