Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Hotting up

Now that the conference is well and truly in sight we're getting excited about the performers and speakers who'll be contributing to our digital community in Cambridge come Sunday. As well as more traditional papers we have digital performances, speakers in Second Life, and some interactive installations requiring the use of masks - Tim Long's 'A relay of Joy' (above) - and sensor-enhanced shoes - Tine Bech's 'Mememe' - that will make us think about how technology interacts with the body and environment.

It's great to have such a mix of presentation formats as well as such diversity of topics covered. On top of that we have delegates attending from Europe, America and Australia - some of whom know DRHA of old, some who will be attending for the first time. We look forward to welcoming everyone very soon.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed attending DRHA08. It will take some time for me to work through the ideas and possibilities presented.
If you would like to see more about my work, on the drawing machine and other projects, please visit
My email address is
Tim Long