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Agent: Scott Daniels

www.scottdaniels.co.uk

I create kinetic and interactive installations that only function when people are present, it is vital to me that audience members activate the devices within my systems. I aim to provide situations that encourage social interaction and require co-operation amongst my participants.

I am also a member of Plymouth’s U:1 Studios, an artist-led group that actively seeks to promote art and artists based in the city. The group organizes events and exhibitions that aim to provide a warm social atmosphere that reaches out to a wider demographic.

Through my involvement in Control Point I hope to spark up relationships with artists from other cities, which may open up opportunities for more intercity collaborations.

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  1. December 8, 2009 1:09 pm

    I’ve been researching places to visit on my trip to Bristol next week.
    A quick jaunt to Oxford is also on the cards.

  2. December 14, 2009 9:38 am

    Hi all,
    I arrived in Brizzol on sunday after noon.
    I’m staying in a with a lovely lady called Jess at her gorgeous flat in Clifton.

    I managed to catch a brief glimpse of UNcraftivism, unfortunately I missed David’s section of the event.
    There were some interesting finger creatures hiding in the Arnolfini’s Reading space…
    http://www.craftivism.net/wiki/Touchmetouchyou

    While I’m here I’ll be based at BV studios,
    (www.motorcadeflashparade.com), and have access to the Spike Associates Space.

    I’ve a busy week ahead and will try my best to keep you posted!

  3. Sovay permalink
    December 16, 2009 2:54 pm

    How was Oxford?

    Sovay

    • December 17, 2009 12:23 pm

      Oxford was pretty good, obviously very old!

      There weren’t any artist led sapces that i noticed of could find prior to the visit, lots of small commerical, ‘crafty’ galleries. Allthough there is a, rather unexpected, grafity culture on the outskirts of the city.

      The Pitt Rivers Collection was great though, they have shrunken heads!!
      And the current exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford were very interesting.

      Check out the home page for a post i put up with some photos.

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