Bristol Science Film Festival celebrates science through the medium of film. This year the Bristol-based, volunteer-run Festival will take place Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th June. This year there’s a twist: the whole Festival will take place online!
The film ‘Time Bascule’ by artist Di Mainstone, commissioned by Tower Bridge in celebration of their 125th Anniversary.
The miniature and mega-giant dancers in Gilles Jobin’s VR_I (2018 Sundance Film Festival) break out of the headset to dance in the streets and on top of buildings, across snowy fields, and in the palm of your hand.
See the the first Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN) online open meeting, held on 8th April 2020 featuring presentations by Scott McAuley, Sofie Pelsmakers, Fionn Stevenson, Indriany Lionngo & Honorine van Den Broek.
Alice talks us through her fashion pieces made of sweat crystals and explains how multi-disciplinarity is the key.
Mark Jenkin’s latest film presents economic conflict in one of Britain’s most remote corners through narrative, aesthetics and the production process itself.
Witness the unveiling of Countdown, a major global campaign to cut greenhouse gas emissions. TED has partnered with scientists, policy makers, organizations, activists and more to create an initiative that everyone in the world can be part of.
Congratulations Dirk Koy, his work «ground» won the Basler Medienkunstpreis this week. The work is currently exhibited at HeK Basel during the Regionale 20 until 29th December 2019