Blister Cinema by Genetic Moo – Cardiff, 10-18 April 2015

Blister Cinema

This experimental show explores what its like to be inside an infected human blister. We’ve been funded by Wellcome Trust to make a short film about this and we’ve developed a load of interactive programs for people to engage with which automatically generate footage as you play.

Arcade Cardiff Gallery, Queens Arcade. Cardiff, CF10 2BY

Friday 10th April 12-8pm (Drinks from 6pm)
Saturday 11th April 12-4pm (Talk at 2pm)
Thursday 16th April 12-4pm
Friday 17th April 12-4pm
Saturday 18th April 12-4pm

Computer Arts Society Talk

On Saturday 11th at 2pm Genetic Moo will talk about Blister Cinema. This will be hosted by Dr Nick Lambert of the Computer Arts Society and will be the first CAS talk in Cardiff. It will explore the technical and artistic challenges in simulatin the inflammation process and the Silent Signal project of which it is a part. It will be suitable for people interested in the intersections between art and science and interactive art in general. Helping Genetic Moo will be two of their collaborators
Nicola Schauerman on the project as a whole from funding to filming.
Tim Pickup on using Kinect to create Myron Krueger inspired interactions
Dr Nick Lambert on the use of D.I.Y. Dome projection
Dr Neil Dufton on scientific visualisation techniques

There will be light refreshments available.
Free admission.