Category Archives: 2011

Category Archives: 2011

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Be Your Own Souvenir

Be Your Own Souvenir uses sophisticated cameras take a 3D picture of your body and 3D printers to create a 3D model you can take home as a souvenir!

Click here to view the printer in action! http://youtu.be/a8c4QcGCNw0

BYOS connects street users, arts and science, linking them to under-lying alternative spaces and their own realities. The audience are released from established roles in a perspective exchange: spectator-performer, artist-tourist, observer-object.

BYOS runs tomorrow and Saturday at the Red Market Square behind Red Gallery, 275 Old Street.

Click here to find out more: https://www.alphavillefestival.co.uk…

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Pantha Du Prince


Time 8:30pm-3am

Under the pseudonym Pantha Du Prince, Henrik Weber fuses house, techno, electronica and electro-acoustic soundscape into music that is at once both beautiful and fascinating. Pantha has released several recordings through the respected German label Dial Records. His previous album This Bliss, was a bittersweet take on techno, which appealed to both dance floors and living rooms alike and was hugely successful. As a result he has become an in-demand remixer and has done tracks for Depeche Mode, Animal Collective, Bloc Party, and many others.
He switched to Rough Trade for Black Noise (2010), f…

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CELL

James Alliban & Keiichi Matsuda

UK, 2011

Commissioned by Alpha-ville for the 2011 festival this interactive installation plays with and proposes alternative landscapes in the technological ether surrounding our everyday movements. Personal identity is increasingly becoming a broadcasted commodity, as a result of this, our constructed personae enmesh and define us. C E L L realises our virtual reflections, making digital projections into literal ones. This installation creates luminous clones, exposing these parallel realities as it replicates the body movement of visitors. As the visitor moves through the ins…

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