Atmosphere | La Jetee

La Jetée

Sunday 19th February 2017, 7pm. £12|£14
The Glue Factory, 22 Farnell St, Glasgow G4 9SE

In the aftermath of World War III, survivors live underground in a post-apocalyptic Paris where scientists research time travel to rescue the present. Glasgow Film Festival 2017 presents our Atmosphere of the acclaimed short by Chris Marker, the inspiration for Terry Gilliam’s 'Twelve Monkeys'.

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With narration by Alasdair Hankinsson, sound artists Tim Shaw & Sébastien Piquemal will re-score the film in this special live performance that explores digital mobile technology for surround sound diffusion. Ensure you bring your devices fully charged, and keep them switched on.

Alt-w | Paperholm

Paperholm Group

Cycle 11 Alt-w Production Award -
Charles Young
www.paperholm.com

An exploration of architecture through the daily production of tiny models from 200gsm watercolour paper. A new building or structure is designed, made, recorded and published online each day, often as an animated gif.

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The models were combined into an installation that presented a city located on an imaginary archipelago. Visitors to the Travelling Gallery were behind the wheel on the bridge of a ship sailing towards these islands.

White Cart Loom

Work in development on 'Paisley Pearls' by boredom research, 2016.

2nd November 2016 to 19th February 2017. FREE
Paisley Museum, High Street, Paisley PA1 2BA

boredomresearch
www.boredomresearch.net

In support of the town of Paisley’s ambition to be UK City of Culture in 2021, the UWS Creative Media Academy and New Media Scotland with investment from Renfrewshire Council have commissioned boredomresearch to make a new piece of work for the town.

boredomresearch is artists Vicky Isley and Paul Smith, internationally renown for creating artworks which explore extended time frames. boredomresearch have a deep and long lasting fascination in the mechanics of the natural world which they explore using contemporary technology.

Alt-w | Front

Donna Leishman, Front (2014)

Cycle 09 Alt-w Production Award -
Donna Leishman
www.6amhoover.com/front

A fictitious cautionary tale, set within the world of social media.Through an interface (based on the familiar layout and hierarchy of Facebook) Daphne, our protagonist shares her predilections, thoughts and volumes of meticulously crafted selfies.

She has excellent taste (her Front friends tell her so), she is ‘liked’ by many, but all is not as it seems.The edit that is her 'timeline' - updates with new pictures, videos and music - all of which, if listened to and looked at closely, reveal anxiety and insecurity warning signs.

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Alt-w | Sagacity

Sagacity

Cycle 09 Alt-w Production Award -
Small Society Lab
@DundeeFeels

The Small Society Lab at Dundee Contemporary Arts have worked with artist Aidan Moesby to construct a reflexive barometer of wellbeing for Dundee to provide a space – real, imagined or virtual – to reflect on ‘how things are’ and how can they be maintained or improved.

The Print Studio at DCA have produced a limited edition version of this periodic table of emotions. This edition of 118, referencing the number of chemical elements, is in archival pigment on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, sized 72cm x 111.5 cm, and priced at £132 inc VAT.

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Alt-w | Cybraphon

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Cycle 06 Alt-w Production Award -
FOUND
Ziggy Campbell, Simon Kirby and Tommy Perman

From the 8th July 2016, daily 10am-5pm.
National Museum of Scotland, Chambers St, Edinburgh

Cybraphon, the autonomous emotional robot band, is now part of the National Museum of Scotland's collection. The artist collective FOUND gifted Cybraphon to the nation in 2013. It can now be seen as a key bridging work between the new art & design and science & technology galleries.

Cybraphon obsessively googles itself every 15 seconds to see how popular it is. The results affect its emotional state which in turn affects its playing style. Twenty-five antique instruments and 60 robotic actuators then play music that FOUND has composed for each emotion.