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Post Glacial Rebound
A soundwalk to encourage intimate connections with the island of Seili in the Archipelago Sea.
Life, life support and the afterlives of (im)possible worlds
Audiovisual adaptation of a lecture-performance by Maja Kuzmanović and Nik Gaffney at the Futures Brought To Life symposium.
“From that historically brief quite opaque moment..."
Between 17th March 2020 and 17th May 2020 we found ourselves in isolation within the extended cityscape of Singapore. As inhabitants of what became known as “The Circuit Breaker” we watched and listened...
Dust & Shadow | Redux
An audiovisual distillation of atmospheres, questions and conversations from FoAM's intermittent journeys into dust and shadow. Through the Sonoran, Mojave, and Great Basin deserts.
dust & shadow 12"
A sonic exploration of the desert, condensed into 12“ vinyl.
“how the terms ‘mind’ and ‘matter’ are abstractions which in their concreteness are identical”
Liminal disturbances and barely audible crumblings hinting at a perpetually wavering restlessness.
The Ephemeral Garden soundscape evokes the sense of convivial gatherings under a pergola. The murmur of conversation, complemented with the sound of animate matter.
Borrowed Scenery short film
This film is about the physical narrative of Borrowed Scenery, a story about an alternate reality where plants are a central aspect of human society.
Exploring and Designing our Future Robot Companions
This documentary focuses on the people behind the robots, in several thematically clustered interviews, interspersed with impressions of the robotic entities and devices in action.
In human format
Vocals, music, organic image and computer-generated designs are digitally grafted together, creating an intriguing and intensely evolving reality.
Video about FoAM's responsive environment trg, part of the DVD compilation accompanying the TRG book.
DVD accompanying the tx0om publication, designed as a puzzle and a set of cards. It documents FoAM's responsive environment and other activities realised as part of this European project.
What happens to life in our embodied actual, when the object of our investigation becomes a virtual replicator?