St Nick’s Snowfall // REVEAL (2018)
Animated large-scale projection created as part of public-art project REVEAL, King’s Lynn, commissioned by arts & tech organization Collusion. Original piece projected on Lloyd’s Bank in Tuesday Market Place during a live theatrical performance on 23 December 2018, and on St Nicholas’ Chapel (above) from 23 December to 4 January. Music: Sandy Nuttgens Photo: Matthew Usher
Looking for Agnès Varda (2019)
Jazzface (2018) [music: Blue]
midpoint of continuous night (2012) [music: Jan Linton]
onanomi (2012) [music: Jan Linton]
music for tadpoles (2011) [music: Anton Barbeau]
Funkhaus, Berlin (2010)
Schadenfreude People who laugh at people. (Köln, 2010)
Deep in February (2019) Yes Gabriel
Wicked Game (2018) music: Chris Isaak performed by: The Academy of Sun
Dear to Me (2018) Yes Gabriel
Dirges for Jesus (2017) Nick Hudson
Love Is Onion (Three Minute Tease, 2012) Three Minute Tease
Namah Parvati 2012 austere mix (2013) music: George Harrison / mix: Jon Kanis
Xmas Song (Golden Boot: Antology vol. 2, 2001) Anton Barbeau
Know That the Water Is With You (Psychedelic Mynde of Moses, 2010) Anton Barbeau
Pilot Plane Passenger (Empire of Potential, 2011) Anton Barbeau
Do plants have nerves?
Neuroscientist Greg Gage of Backyard Brains demonstrates the electrical signals – or action potentials – from a Venus flytrap.
(Vancouver, BC, TED2017)
The physics of the Lindy Hop swingout
Physicist and swing dance teacher Alistair Turnbull explains Lindy Hop moves swingout and Charleston as you've never heard them before.
The Crowdsourced Haircut
Coral reef sculptor and TED Fellow Colleen Flanigan didn’t have time to get a haircut before the TEDGlobal conference, so she crowdsourced one instead, letting dozens of conference-goers each take one snip of her hair. (Wired UK hailed the stunt as one of the 10 offstage highlights of the conference.)
Edinburgh, TEDGlobal 2012
Computational architect Skylar Tibbits demonstrates principles of self-assembly in a kinetic artwork.
(Long Beach, 2012)
The art of visual notetaking
Autodesk Fellow Tom Wujec on the art of visual notetaking.
(TEDGlobal, Edinburgh 2011)
Cruel Mother – a history & performance
Ethnomusicologist and fiddler Tom Spiers introduces and performs traditional ballad Cruel Mother. (Auchtermuchty Traditional Music Festival, Auchtermuchty 2010)
Why electronics recycling is stupid
Open-source designer Dominic Muren explains his visionary approach to electronics design, which avoids having to recycle energy-intensive materials and makes it easy to customize products around a reusable core.
(TEDGlobal, Oxford 2010)