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Sarah Jane Pell - Aquatic dance tech pioneering

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Founding Artist/Director of the Aquabatics Research Team initiative (ARTi) - a fluid organisation that morphs from sole trader to somewhat of a film production company to explore human performance potentials underwater - Sarah Jane Pell researches the choreographies, technologies and supports needed to create new works of live art from a point of complete saturation, immersion and positive pressure. ARTi was established by Pell in 2002 because she believed that working in partnership with multidisciplinary industries is more than managing resources and transfering skills, it is about aligning goals and objectives to bring about new research cultures, critical engagements and dynamic productions.
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Undewater Performance Artist seeking passage to the Lunar surface...
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Waybe for Google SketchUp launches 3D Unfolding Plug-in Now Available for Mac and PC

Posted on September 14, 2008 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts., September 14, 2008 – Waybe has released both a PC and Mac version of its unfolding plug-in for Google SketchUp 6 and Google SketchUp Pro 6. Waybe unfolds 3D models within Google SketchUp so that they can be printed, cut, and re-assembled in the physical world.

“Waybe complements SketchUp in that it gives users an easy and inexpensive way to actually bring their creations into the real world,” said Justin Anderson, Waybe… Continue

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At 10:35am on March 10, 2009, CreationEditor said…
Fascinating work!
At 7:56am on September 30, 2008, Johannes Birringer said…
ohh, sorry, i just went to the Glasgow website and realize you were there and involved in "yelling at stars" --- tell me more about it. ..xx
At 6:59am on September 30, 2008, Johannes Birringer said…
Hi Sarah
end of summer here. You? doing all right down under? not yelling at stars i hope. here is some info, surely you got it, but just in case. regards, Johannes

Less Remote: The Futures of Space Exploration
30 September - 1 October
2008 International Astronautical Congress
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow

For the first time, the arts and humanities have been officially invited into the professional space explorers' global meeting place -The International Astronautical Congress in Glasgow. Artists, thinkers and writers will contribute to debates about going back to the moon and on to Mars, living in space, art in zero gravity, the future of the International Space station and the search for life and human origins in scientific missions.

Less Remote is organised by the Arts Catalyst with artist/curator Flis Holland, Leonardo/OLATS and I-DAT at the University of Plymouth. Registration starts at only £10 - register here now.

And if you can't make it, you can still follow our Twitter updates on our blog.

Yelling at Stars

The Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow
Wednesday 1 Oct : 8.30pm : £5 (free for Less Remote delegates)
Messages have been being sent into space since the 1970s. As yet nothing has been heard back. 'Yelling at Stars' is an ongoing science art project investigating the composition of inter-stellar messages. After sending a transmission into outer space on 31 May 2008 in Melbourne Australia, the 'Yelling at Stars' team is in Glasgow to present as part of Less Remote.

ITACCUS Public Presentation
A Less Remote associated event
Wednesday 1 October, 12:30 at Less Remote
at the 2008 International Astronautical Congress
Lomond Auditorium,
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow
The newly-formed IAF Technical Activities Committee for the Cultural Utilisation of Space (ITACCUS) seeks to promote and facilitate the innovative utilisation of space by organisations in the cultural sectors of society internationally, including all areas of the arts and humanities.
ITACCUS will be sharing details of its aims and proposed activities at a public presentation at Less Remote. Speakers include co-chairs Nicola Triscott (The Arts Catalyst) and Roger Malina (Leonardo), plus astronaut Pedro Duque, and representatives from the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space and UNESCO.

Meanwhile, back in London...
Tabletop Experiments: Performance and Workshop
@ the Big Draw 2008 launch 'Drawing on Life'

Saturday 27 September, 11.00-17.00

Drop-in event, UCL (University College London), Gower Street, London WC1
Free, all ages welcome

Artist Antony Hall and chemist Rosie Coates set up a series of live pattern-inducing experiments involving mercury, electricity and sound, including the extraordinary ‘mercury beating heart’ experiment. Participants are invited to make their own Hele-Shaw cells to explore a variety of phenomena involving surface tension and viscosity.

The Arts Catalyst is a partner of UCL in the Beacons of Public Engagement initiative and has been facilitating artists’ work with UCL departments, including the chemistry department.
At 3:17pm on September 14, 2008, Johannes Birringer said…
hi Sarah Jane

nice photos you have here.. i got an electronic message about about becoming a friend, and thought that wasn't necessary as we already are. i hope all is well, ciao. J
At 11:13am on June 22, 2008, Monstah Black said…
Hi Sarah, Just dropping by to say hello and share a video! Enjoy!

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