After the success of the Geminate II installation at Colonnade House, which drew hundreds of people to playfully interact with the images that were created from their movements in front of the gallery windows, we are looking further into the question of how to create successful interactions in digital environments.

What do we need to understand about the art of interactive space? Drawing on the experience of Geminate II artists Adam Seaman and Jim Horsfield our follow-up event at St Paul’s Arts Centre in Worthing will also include other projects that have successfully engaged people through digital technology such as the Nimbus Group and researchers from the University of Sussex Creative Technology research group.

This free event is open to anyone who is interested in the developing digital community in Worthing and in the field of digital social innovation – a growing area as this latest information from Nesta reveals.

Book your place HERE

Presented by Adur & Worthing Trust and Colonnade House

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

Also supported by:

Worthing Borough Council

Worthing Cultural Partnership

St Paul’s Arts Centre