Gene Pool Digital Arts – London, 27 June 2007, 8pm

Gene Pool Digital Arts

Artist presentations and networking meeting in the Digital Media Centre at South Hill Park, Bracknell. RG12 7PA

Weds 27 June 8pm, FREE.

This meeting sees the rescheduled visit by sound artist and Assistant Dean for the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University, Ray Lee. Ray will talk about his amazing “Siren” sound installation, which has been visiting deserted aircraft hangars and underground spaces over the last year.

Zoe Hatch runs Gallery 435, Slough’s answer to the Tate Modern, and will be talking about the challenges and rewards of putting on Visual Art shows in temporary spaces. How does one engage and excite an audience unfamiliar with the world of contemporary art?

Film maker, Konrad Welz will talk about his trip to Argentina to work on a documentary about the life of animator, Quirino Christiani, who produced the first ever animated feature film at the turn of the last century.

Gene Pool Podcast from previous meetings online via