Frequency 2017 Artists

Frequency Fabratory

 

Date: 20 – 29 October

Time: 11 – 4:30pm

Location: Kiosk, Cornhill, High Street, Lincoln

Booking: FREE

Get hands on and involved in Frequency 2017 with The Fabratory; an open access space bursting with workshops, talks and show and tells from the artists and experimenters that make up this year’s festival.

Drop into the Kiosk to find out opportunities to get stuck in, take part and engage with this year’s theme of disPLACEment.


THE LOOPING LECTURE

Date: 21 Oct & 28 Oct

Time: 11:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm

Location: Cornhill Kiosk / High Street

Join musician and performer, Tom Adams as he perches on the street furniture and turns the everyday sounds of Lincoln into a beautiful and funny soundscape. Have a go at using a live loop station where each recording will be totally different. The inspiration comes from you, the passerby… and maybe the occasional pigeon.


HOW TO HIDE

Date: 23 Oct

Time: 2 – 4pm

Location: Cornhill Kiosk

Artist Emily Roderick will be leading a fun craft workshop looking at how to create different disguises!

Make your own masks, necklaces or even have your face painted! Next, you must put your disguises to the test. Can you stay hidden from the secret cameras and be a master of disguise or will the cameras find you?

 


 SCANNER CAMERA

Date: 25 Oct

Time: 2 – 4pm

Location: Cornhill Kiosk

Come and create a unique and playful portrait with artist Daz Disley! Using a document scanner as a camera, see how your photograph develops through a series of deliberate glitches that happen when time and performativity become equal partners in an image making process.


SHAPING PUBLIC PLACES FOR PLAYFUL ENCOUNTERS

Date: 27 Oct

Time: 12 – 4pm

Location: Cornhill Kiosk

Jussi Holopainen, Elisa Rubegni, Antonella de Angeli – UoL School of Computer Science; Mark Mushiba – University of Trento: brings you this installation.

Explore the old and make it new! Cultural heritage archives and local cultural institutes, contain massive amounts of digital material that is available on some many levels in today’s society.

Search through a variety of archival and printed materials to create interactive user experience sketches or on-site installations that will bring history to life.