MzTEK joined forces with Guerrilla Science, Shauna Concannon (PhD Media Arts and Technology Engineer) and artists Kobakant to design wearable instruments. In a weekend workshop, women spent a day reproducing electronic instruments and sonic soft-circuits to produce the most amazing Hacked Human Orchestra EVER!
I made this video as part of my Artist In Residence position at The Centre for Creative Collaboration on June 30th 2012. You can see this video on Guerrilla Science’s website here.
i-Teams offers a unique opportunity for post-graduate students to build go-to-market strategies for ground-breaking university technologies and inventions. Bringing together university researchers with multidisciplinary teams of the brightest students and experienced business mentors. These teams worked together to help SME’s working out of C4CC to grow their business.
MzTEK is a non-profit organisation with the aim of addressing the imbalance of women artists working in the fields of new media, computer arts, and technology. MzTEK is supported by Hackney arts institution [ SPACE ], and the Centre for Creative Collaboration in Kings Cross, where they hosted a range of workshops, talks, and self-initiated tinker sessions. In this video, MzTEK talks about moving in to C4CC and what MzTEK are and do.
The Centre for Creative Collaboration, C4CC was one of the delivery partners on London Fusion, a tailored programme of interactive and in-depth support for SMEs that work in creative/digital. Anna Cowie from The Pixel Pusher was one such business that benefited from London Fusion. Here she is talking about how the London Fusion helped her grow her business.
I was asked to speak and run a workshop at New Art Exchange in June 2014 on the topic of “Collaboration” for Real Creative Futures. I wanted to interview those who work out of The Centre for Creative Collaboration where I am an Artist In Residence about their experiences of working in collaboration with others. What it means to them and how it operated in their working practice. I split it into two half, you can see here What is Collaboration Part 2of 2.
I was asked to speak and run a workshop at New Art Exchange in June 2014 on the topic of “Collaboration” for Real Creative Futures. I wanted to interview those who work out of The Centre for Creative Collaboration where I am an Artist In Residence about their experiences of working in collaboration with others. What it means to them and how it operated in their working practice. I split it into two half, you can see first half here, What is Collaboration Part 1 of 2.
Oxfam initiative shiftLabs, helped social change organizations find new ways to be more effective through innovation it was run by Karina Brisby. and were based out of C4CC.Here Karina talks about C4CC and shiftLabs.
On January 24th 2012, an event was held at C4CC to discuss collaboration and our experiences of working at C4CC since its launch in 2010. This video is an overview of the event that was held that day.
The Centre for Creative Collaboration, (C4CC) is neutral place where people from many different backgrounds – universities, large corporates, SMEs, freelancers – can work together on new things in the belief that real innovation happens at the edge and in the gaps between disciplines. C4CC supports new types of collaboration using the principles of open innovation. This is a groundbreaking project for London, delivering collaborative projects and multi-disciplinary working in an attractive and flexible space. The Centre for Creative Collaboration is an initiative of:University of London working in collaboration with Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Goldsmiths, and Royal Holloway. C4CC is also a partner in the London Creative and Digital Fusion project.