Digital Revolution vs Matisse Cut-Outs

July 28th, 2014

Why is the Barbican so hard to get inside? Every visit requires a 360° traipse around its grim concrete fringe before finding a useful way in. A thoroughly real-world preparation then, for Barbican’s glimpse into the not-future; the digital revolution that happened while we were busy throwing fat birds at evil pigs. Digital Revolution at

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MuseumNext condensed: home turf and hard graft

June 24th, 2014

Following the Barcelona and Amsterdam highlights of our last few conference-going years, it was with some regret I couldn’t attend the home-coming of MuseumNext to Newcastle. In steps Twitter, bang goes an afternoon of catch-up and hashtag eye-melt, and out pops this handy Twitter Poster. A memento for those lucky enough to attend and a

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No Boundaries Condensed: State of the Arts

March 4th, 2014

Do we need another symposium on art & culture in the 21st century? Yes we bloody do if No Boundaries is anything to go by. A fantastic two days. Brilliant speakers expressing coherent arguments with energy and passion. Presenting Google Goat Lady, Amazing Mayor Man, the T-Rex poet and many more surprises. Having spent the

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The perils and perks of live-prototyping

February 17th, 2014

When your strategy is built around data, your priority is the means to collect and process a large enough volume to generate meaningful conclusions. No data, no insight. Over the last few months Thought Den have been leading the experience design for CloudTags, an American-British company working with high-end retailers. They are firmly planting their

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