Panel 1: Thursday 19 July 1:30 – 3PM

Lizbeth Goodman & Team (SMARTlab) on Lost & Found
The Lost & Found Game is a system to track missing and exploited children and adults invented by SMARTlab as part of their ongoing mobile technologies work. The aim is to utilize cutting edge and future technology tools to mobilize community intervention.

Art for social intervention
Dr Leslie Hill, (SMARTlab/curious) on (Be)Longing
This talk presents the methods behind the live performance and film that together investigate the notion of belonging. The project spans poignant live performance and a documentary made in collaboration with the NSPCC, about a group of inspiring African teenagers who were brought or trafficked into the UK.

Wearable & Mobile Technologies
Camille Baker (BBC/SMARTlab R&D Project) on Mindtouch
The BBC sponsored project works with biofeedback sensor technologies on the bodies of Tai Chi practitioners and Meditators in tandem with mobile phone technology to find unique and meaningful ways to visualize the mind/body activity in various states of movement, stillness and meditation.

Mobile Technologies
Suzanne Stein (SMARTlab/Nokia)
As former thought leader on the subject of design futures in technology and culture for NOKIA Future Foresighting Group, Suzanne will give her thoughts on the relevance and importance of each of the previous three projects presented, and a ‘future foresight’ vision of the next few years in Cultural Studies and Technologies for Social Intervention.

All presenters’ Bios are available >>>

Panel2: Thursday 19 July 4:30 – 6pm

Fan Culture and Gaming
Dr Celia Pearce SMARTlab & Georgia Tech

A presentation of groundbreaking work on ‘Designing Unconventional Games Using Conventional Game Engines’, using her Mermaids game and other Ludica co-productions amongst her examples.

Play Communities
Kristyna Nyzell SMARTlab/LEGO

We explore the uses of LEGO and other play- and learning tools, and their cultural implications for business development, gender and education, and creative innovation.

Gaming and Playculture
Dr Mary Flanagan SMARTlab & Tiltfactor presenting by remote, live from New York
Playculture is a contested arena of ordinary, day-to-day computer-based activities that have passed as invisible and unimportant, even left out of, historical accounts of everyday life. We seek to reassess its value and importance to physical and digital cultural practices.

The Performance of Play
Emma Westecott (Synergy, University of Wales, Newport)
A key dynamic of play is the active involvement of the player in the ongoing evolution of form; the modern player collides with the game system to create the media experience. This performance blurs the boundaries between producer and consumer in that the player simultaneously takes on both roles within the game. As a player I am both producing my experience in the ways in which I express my skill within a particular game play moment whilst simultaneously consuming the results of my actions.

Role-play and Dress-up in Game
Jacki Morie (SMARTlab) presenting by remote, live from Los Angeles
How and why do we dress up to present in Avatar, and in daily life? We discuss the importance of dress-up play as an important form of adult play in both physical and digital cultural practices.

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17 Jul 2007
By Rachel Kenworthy

Over 80 London-based knowledge transfer professionals gathered on July 10 for an informal evening of networking and entertainment at KnowledgeLondon’s Summer Party.

Hosted on a rare sunny evening by the University of Westminster, the event boasted of the outstanding projects and ideas which are continuing to emerge from London’s knowledge base.

Felicity Harvest, Executive Director of the Arts Council England, South East, opened the occasion with a few words which emphasized the importance of creative projects conceived and developed in London’s Higher Education institutions to the UK economy.

“The Arts Council has recently published a strategy which recognises that Knowledge Transfer is one of the main areas of growth available and has the potential to be a major point of connection between the higher education sector and the arts and cultural sectors,” she said. “There are many excellent examples of collaborations in design, fashion, media and technology which are beginning to have an impact not only on the students but also on the industries that employ them.”

The audience was captivated by a showcase from the SMARTLab Digital Institute, which aims to find innovative solutions to community issues by employing new, creative technology. Professor Lizbeth Goodman, SMARTLab’s Founder and Director, presented an incredible eye-scanning technology which has allowed a man with severe cerebral palsy to write and play music using only his eyes. After performing a delicate balancing-act dance with Bobby Byrne, her colleague and disabled dancer, Goodman explained the importance of enabling people with disabilities to participate in creative activities. “We’re all dancing on the inside,” she said. “It’s important that every person, regardless of ability, is able to express themselves.”

Other exhibits included Communication-Wear, a jacket with interwoven mobile technology, which allows expressive messages to be conveyed using implanted electronic textile sensors, developed by Central Saint Martins; a novel flexible sheet structure that can be applied to limb and neck fractures by Brunel’s Wolfson Centre; and UCL’s Boomcube, which, according to Chief Engineer, Bradford Backus, is the world’s best portable iPod speaker system. Newham College of Further Education was also on hand to parade intricately designed dresses and demonstrate the increasing benefit of furthering knowledge transfer links between Further Education Institutions and industry.

The evening was well received by all who attended. Backus, who had been unsure of what he might gain from a networking event, admitted that he was very pleasantly surprised. “It was a well-run event and I made contacts which might be very useful to us.” Michelle Flinn, from the Roehampton School of Arts, said “the whole event was very useful and a great opportunity to network.”

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11-13 July: EVA event London with SMARTlab contributors and evening screenings:

Monday 9th July

am:Research Workshop
Organiser: Kate Devlin

pm: European Research Workshop
3D Models for Cultural Heritage Applications
Organiser: Francesco Spadoni
Tuesday 10th July

am: Museums Workshop
Planning social media for museums
Organiser: Dr Angelina Russo

pm: Association of Heritage and Fine Art Photographers Workshop
Ethical considerations for the digital photography of
cultural heritage objects
Organiser: James Stephenson

pm: European Digital Library Workshop
Organiser: David Dawson

Evening: Computer Arts Society Meeting
Birkbeck College
Organiser: Nick Lambert
Wednesday 11th July


am: The technological landscape: theory and ideas

pm: Visualisation: the museum & gallery context

pm: JISC Workshop
ICT: New directions in e-Science & the Arts
Organisers: Ann Borda, Stuart Dunn

Tour of the Stanley Kubrick Archive
Thursday 12th July


am: Digital arts & technologies

pm: Digital arts & technologies

pm: Panel Session: Archiving of Digital Artefacts

Visualisation Session

Conference Reception and Dinner
Friday 13th July


am: Imaging in 2D and 3D

pm: Imaging in 2D and 3D: EC projects

Panel session and summing up

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Music from the eyes – world premiere from SMARTlab at UEL

A unique new performance using innovative digital media technology has been staged by researchers at the SMARTlab Digital Media Institute at the University of East London (UEL).

The InterFACES research team, led by Professor Lizbeth Goodman and Dr Mick Donegan at UEL’s SMARTlab Digital Media Institute, has developed a new creative technology application which allows disabled people to express themselves by writing and playing music with their eyes.

Dr Donegan and his team designed a new set of communication grids and a ‘soundboard’ or ‘eye harp’ designed for use on the Mytobii eye scanning system and devised a musical interface with member of Irish band KILA.

At the premiere showcase event for the project, Mr James Brosnan – a core researcher and ‘alpha user’ of the system, who has severe Cerebral Palsy and is therefore usually limited to interfaces using his controllable physical movements via a neck switch- was for the first time able to play music using eye control.

Performing a live jam with local musician Maciej Hrybowicz, Brosnan amazed his audience with the unique tune he created by selecting different sampled melodies from the digital panel in front of his eyes.

This adds a whole new element of emotional and aesthetic cues to the synthesized voice and text that were previously Mr Brosnan’s main communication forms. What is more, the eye scanning system allows for a level of physical relaxation and comfort that he feels is much better for his health and well being.

Mr Toby Borland of SMARTlab’s MAGICbox technology studio also explained at the show how some of the creative tools required for this project were designed and produced in house, at UEL: proposing a whole new business model for assistive technology that can be both affordable and accessible to all.

The next show is scheduled for Prague, where the team has been invited to present two major research papers at the Leonardo journal special anniversary event, to be held in Prague this November. Some of Mr Brosnan’s poetry will be shared along with a full musical jam for that event, where the SMARTlab’s TRUST Project team will also introduce their work on haptics and robotics for young people with disabilities.

This phase of the InterFACES project was made possible by the Promising Researcher Fund of UEL, drawing on linked research at SMARTlab funded by BBC R&D ad NESTA, and in collaboration with the Oxford ACE Centre and Dr Donegan’s work on the European Commission’s COGAIN Project.

The Mytobii system has been on loan to Mr Brosnan from its developers in and is soon due for return. SMARTlab is seeking further support to purchase a system for Mr Brosnan so that he can continue his writing and music making, as well as for further software development of a research system to be used at SMARTlab and on mobile visits to local East London schools and hospitals where other creative people might require use of this novel communications and creativity tool.

Notes for editors:

Contact: Patrick Wilson 020 8223 2061 / 07951 797 975

The University of East London (UEL) is now a global learning community, with 20,000 students from over 120 countries world-wide. Our vision is to achieve recognition, both nationally and internationally, as a successful and inclusive regional university proud of our diversity, committed to new modes of learning which focus on students and enhance their employability, and renowned for our contribution to social, cultural and economic development, especially through our research and scholarship. We have a strong track-record in widening participation and working with industry.

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Bridging the Digital Divide: Dancing with Hands, Legs, and Wheels
From ESIWiki

‘The Digital Divide’ is a term most often used to describe the gap between the ‘haves and have-nots’ of technology provision – the chasm that still looms large between the ‘developed and developing worlds’. But for many, that divide is a physical one, and is located much closer to home. Whether it is the empty IT cupboard at a local school or community centre, or the view from the cameras rigged atop the Olympic site viewing tower, there is not yet anything like an even and accessible ‘ramp’ between rich and poor, privilege, ability and access.This lecture will be spoken, sung, and animated with live interaction from dancer/choreographer Bobby Byrne & musician/composer Colm O’Snodaigh of KILA. Our work together for the past four years has involved ‘dancing with legs, wheels and hands’ in many countries, and applying the practices of inclusive performance and universal design to the theory and emerging scholarly field which we call, ‘the Informatics of Bodies in Space and Time’.

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SMARTlab PhD Seminar Running from 9-13 July 2007. SMARTlab are running one of three yearly seminar sessions for their PhD students from around the world at UEL, London this week. As well as giving students ample time for both one-to-one peer support and ideas exchange within the international group, the SMARTlab seminar week also includes a series of talks and seminars designed to meet the needs of each student. The seminars cater to the wide range of subject areas, fields of research and specialities of our students. The current session aims to get back to basics and explore the nature of a practice-based PhD and the aim for an original contribution to knowledge in cross-disciplinary fields. The week-long programme also includes practical and academic advice on theory, writing and funding, as well as discussion, debate, and special events. Steve Di Paola will be speaking on modeling intelligent expression and cognitive knowledge systems, and students will be presenting their own research. The seminar also gives students the chance to gain supervision with their supervisors across the different schools of UEL.

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PeopleLAB Launch Workshops
Tuesday – Thursday 13-15 February 07 | SMARTlab MAGIC PLAYroom

PeopleLAB is a laboratory created to explore and address the dissemination of new production technology into a wider user group. The laboratory aims to introduce new design capabilities, mini-production economics and an open source approach to address the requirements of specific end-user groups. The open workshops will demonstrate some of the capabilities of the installed machines and will invite participants to become familiar with the design process and equipment.

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Dr. Lizbeth Goodman

Founder and Director of Safespaces.Net
and Director of the SMARTlab Digital Media Institute UK, wears the Safetywear Line v2.0

Safeywear for the SafetyNET Project: high fashion providing and hiding safety technologies to help stop violence against women and children worldwide.

SafetyWEAR is designed for two purposes:
to promote the project’s work with a smart, fashionable line that women of all ages, sizes and backgrounds can comfortably wear; and to provide ‘undercoverwire’ wearable technology tools and triggers to connect to the SafetyNET online, without wearers being noticeable or audible while making their request for help. SafetyNET is a global cyber cafe project that uses the power of new technologies to help stop violence against women and children, quietly linking them to information about domestic violence through online access. In the “safe spaces” of moderated chat rooms, participants communicate with domestic violence specialists, volunteer attorneys, survivors of abuse, and mentors. The project is operating in North America, North Africa and throughout Europe. First phase installations are underway in Asia and Latin America.

SafetyNET/SMARTlab with Bodkin Designs, Gayil Nalls, BBC & UCD present the Undercoverwire Corset & Bodice, hiding a spatial sensing system that anybody can access and use, designed to help a woman in need find a safe space un her physical world without setting off alarms. . .

The Corset and Bodice are washable and come in many fabrics and styles suitable to day wear in the developing world as well. Corset and Bodice with SMARTglove hiding wires and camoflauging the handheld screen, all by by Tara and Kathy Mooney of Bodkin Designs Dublin, with bespoke JET wifi/Bluetooth/gprs-mobile enabled rescue & escape system by Jose Marinez.

Also on show is the amazing Pendant Flacon by artist Gayil Nalls, holding the world social sculpture World Sensorium scent, a mix of the scent imprints of 230 countries statically formulated as one incredible signature scent.

The World Sensorium scentworks are held in the Scentscory bag with LED display, made by Katherine Milton as part of the Ludica Wearables workshop.

World Sensorium – In the spirit of planetary good will, fills the auditorium with paperworks embedded with the World Sensorium, created by Gayil Nalls. Share in a collective memory of the world as one. Keep one and breath in the scent of non-violence.

Presentation supported by

SMARTlab & L Microsoft, with thanks to Ludica, @Lab, Bodkin Designs, BBC R&D and UCD.

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September 2004

September 9-13
Lizbeth Goodman was an invited speaker at the annual IBC Conference in Amsterdam . Growing from its roots in broadcasting, IBC attracts 40,000 professionals involved in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment content worldwide. The IBC Conference is renowned for its opinion forming agenda and its ability to tackle the technology, business and craft-skill issues impacting on the business.

2004 Oct- Sep The Annual Autumn PhD Seminar a great success as an online meeting of minds. . . + SMARTlab collaborations with BBC R&D were rewarded with a three month secondment announced for Dr Marc Price to join the team and prepare the way for assistive technologies to be rolled out to Singapore in the new year . . . + Irish partners host a series of collaboration meetings in preparation for the next round of EC and international partnership agreements. . .

2004 Sep 23-25 Lizbeth Goodman was an invited speaker at the ESF Workshop “Affective and Emotional Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction: Emphasis on Game-Based and Innovative Learning Approaches” in Pörtschach am Wörthersee, Austria.

August 2004

Lizbeth Goodman, assisted by Jana Riedel, presented a course for New York University titled Extended Body. This course introduced 4 bespoke software tools made by artists and performers, for the specialized needs of artists and performers: Viewhear (SMARTlab), TK3 (Night Kitchen), PORT (SMARTlab/INMPR) & Keyworx (WAAG). The final result was performed live and submitted for grading in the TK3 multimedia book format, which allows multimedia text, image, sound and moving image to be shared online and updated/critiques by audiences.

SIGGRAPH2004, the 31 st International conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques

The SMARTlab team (in association with the BBC, Media Lab Europe, KILA, ArcScience, FIT and Natural5th) presented Guivenevere’s Globe, a synaesthetic (scent, music, movement) short film projected in the round on the Omniglobe system. Directed and produced by Daria Dorosh.

August 11

SIGGRAPH CyberFashion Show

The show featured a wide variety of wearable computers, head-mounted displays, smart clothes, luminous clothing and accessories, cyber-club wear, and CAD/CAM jewelry and bodywear. A number of innovative prototypes and some exciting world-premier technologies promised to propel us into future realms of body-technology integration. Produced by Isa Gordon.

Siggraph Cyberfashion show and private shoot for
the launch of the SafetyNET safeWEAR fashion line.
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Official Website :

show website:

Wednesday, 11 August 2004 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Los Angeles Convention Center, Petree Hall D

Siggraph2004 Art
Gallery: Synaesthesia

2004 Aug Lizbeth Goodman, assisted by Jana Riedel, presented a course for New York University titled Extended Body. This course introduced 4 bespoke software tools made by artists and performers, for the specialized needs of artists and performers: Viewhear (SMARTlab), TK3 (Night Kitchen), PORT (SMARTlab/INMPR) & Keyworx (WAAG). The final result was performed live and submitted for grading in the TK3 multimedia book format, which allows multimedia text, image, sound and moving image to be shared online and updated/critiqued by audiences.

The SMARTlab team (in association with the BBC, Media Lab Europe, KILA, ArcScience, FIT and Natural5th) presented Guivenevere’s Globe, a synaesthetic (scent, music, movement) short film projected in the round on the Omniglobe system. Directed and produced by Daria Dorosh.

2004 Aug12 NASA Ames Research Centre (San Jose, CA), presentation by Dr Goodman & Ms Reidel on SMART systems connecting scientists and artists in collaborative environments

July 2004

The New Dress & Accessories
made by Mooney Sisters and Fay Torez-yap

The Mooney Sisters : SafetyNET Project
SAFEwear daywear and medinawear collections: prototypes
designed and photographed by Tara and Kathy Mooney
July 2004

SefetyNET safeWEAR gallry>>)

Safewear Accessories Created by
Fay Torez-Yap, Photo by Daria Dorosh, Fit/SMARTlab

April – May 2004

Dr Lizbeth Goodmanhas
been awarded a SHELL Visiting Professorship in Performance
and Technology: round the world lectures beginning in

Taey Kim has won online media creative project commission for
this summer time from Open Arts in Seoul. 5th June.
Will present Gildongmoo (road buddy) travel agency soon.

Nick Ryan has scored the new
BBC webcast radio drama hit: DARKHOUSE!-

the first ever radio horror where you decide whose thoughts
to hear (see )

2004 Jan -2005 Apr The TRUST Project is hosted by NTU GameLAB Singapore & KK Hospital for Women & Children, and the Children’s Cancer Foundation(see: link to url for the banner on the home page) + see

2004 Nov – Dec SMARTlab closed down 2004 at the SafetyNET meeting in New York very much in the black- with a posh line of evening and daytime Safetywear smart-scent, fashion and accessory line prototypes presented for the first time (by artists Gayil Nalls, Tara 9 Kathy Mooney ( , Fay Torez-Yap and Daria Dorosh!

2004 late AprilPhoenix Rising: The SMARTlab team is due to return to Phoenix to take up an artist in residency position as part of the National Endowment for the Arts funded project on BodySense: creating an online performance and creation space linking children in the desert to children in New York. The Phoenix Project. . . Rising From the Ashes (linking two communities of children with difficulties breathing, due to fire exposure and pollution from catastrophe- the Phoenix flies for the Arizona children and meets the characters that inhabit the world of the TRUST project for children in New York)

2004 mid-April AIR Gallery (New York) showcase of ‘Anima Obscura’, STUCKONTHEWEB, and TRUST project work

2004 22 Feb. – March – early April New York, Navajo Reservation, India, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand SafetyNET launch

2004 Feb 15-20 SMARTlab PhD RETREAT and seminar- ARTS and SCIENCE Collaborations (with Macromedia, Lego, BT et al)

2004 Feb 1-14 SafetyNET PROJECT new web site and safe spaces launched online

2004 Jan 16-22 DUBLIN residency at MEDIA LAB EUROPE -rehearsal for Felichean II and performance for the Summit Event/Irish Presidency of the EUROPEAN UNION

2004 January 9SAFTEYNET project to receive LIFETIME TV salute and award feature in TIMES SQUARE

2004 January 2 – 8 Children’s Health Fund residency in New York for HOPE and TRUST Project Development

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December 2003

Dec 22 SMARTlab Holiday Daredevil Extravanganza; TRAPEZE ON ICE 2003
Dec 4-9 DUBLIN RESIDENCY at Media Lab Europe – rehearsal of the new ANIMA OBSCURA show
Dec16-20 Galway/Limerick tour and rehearsals for Felichean II

TRUST II: LEGO joined the team for r&d into 3d interfaces. . .
TRUST project motion capture experiments at NYU and Implementation with the Children’s Health Fund, New York


2 September: the Felichean Flies!

Performance involving 16 young people with disabilities across Ireland in real time telematic linked performances, with Fluxusdance and Counterbalance (dance/community project funded by Arts & Disability Ireland) – a major collaboration with Media Lab Europe’s MindGames Research Group + the NY CATlab, Fluxus, Counterbalance and the Central Remedial Clinic, Dublin.

November 2003

2003 Oct Lizbeth did the recce for the planned Spring 2004 residency in Phoenix. (see above) ACCESS will be installed at Ars Electonica in Linz during the festival, sept. 6-11, and the exhibition lasts until sept 21. the project was awarded Honorary Mention in Interactive Art.

September 2003

2003 Sep 5 Dr Goodman joindc Ahktar Badshah of the Digital Partnership at the UN (New York) on 5 September to work with international guests dedicated to the ongoing Digital Diaspora Project. see

2003 Sep 3 Goodman delivered a keynote address to the Assistive Technologies Conference, Dublin. This work is created jointly by the SPIRITlevel team, led by SMARTlab with Media Lab Europe, the Central Remedial Clinic Dublin, the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, the NYU CATlab, the Chilren’s Health Fund of New York, et al.

2003 Sep 11 PHOENIX RISING stream from New York (Ground Zero) to London (SMARTlab) to the ISAin Phoenix: artists from the New York Stuido School worked off site with professional artists Gayil Nalls and Daria Dorusch to gather stories and make interactive media from the Ground Zero site.

This work has been archived for future inclusion in the Bodysense rehabilitation workshop from Phoenix, AZ: live stream online.

2003 Aug 31 – 3 Sep 3

Assistive Technologies Major Conference: AAATE Conference Dublin: SPIRITLEVEL team participating and performing with the children of the CRC on the night of Tuesday 2 September


Project Integration Retreats in New York, mid-late September.


June 2003

2003 June – July SUMMER CONSOLIDATION OF BODY AND SPIRIT: writing up phases for all projects and publications


SMARTlab and CATlab work with Petra Kuppers of Olimpius Arts, Anita McKeown of SMARTlab & Clilly Castiglia of CATlab, leading a playshop for artists with disabilities in Liverpool, as part of the Disability Arts Festival, Performance of work by participating artists using SPIRITLEVEL technologies on 28 May, 6pm|

18-21 May, BREATHING SPACE: bringing TRUST and PHOENIX RISING to the children of Dublin and activating the live link with colleagues from Media Lab Europe

10-12 May 03, TRUST III:

New York, TRUST project feedback phase and convergent media workshops

2003 May 7 INNOVATION CENTRE LAUNCH & OPENING of EXHIBITION: details to be announced

April 2003

27 April – 3 May 03, PHOENIX RISING RESIDENCY Playshop & Performance Trial: Lizbeth Goodman and team take up an artist in residency post as part of the National Endowment for the Arts funded project on BodySense: creating an online performance and creation space linking children in the desert to children in New York: the Phoenix Project. . . Rising From the Ashes (linking two communities of children with difficulties breathing, due to fire exposure and pollution from catastrophe. The Phoenix flies for the Arizona children and meets the characters that inhabit the world of the TRUST project for children in New York)

2003 April 25-27 DNET: London, the LUX DNET Artist Film Festival: SMARTlab hosting a panel 2003 April 19-23 TRUST II: TRUST project live playshops at the Monetefiore Children’s Hospital NY

2003 April 16 TRUST II: SMARTlab, all graduate student joint supervisions and reports / assessments

2003 April 15 CIVIC EVENT: Jill Dolan et al speak at the Civic, followed by a 5pm cocktail seminar on Practice-based Phd models UK and USA (at the SMARTlab-invitation only)

2003 April 14 CIVICcentre EVENT: London Science Museum Forum SMARTlab chairing a session on new technologies

for the CIVICcentre; reclaiming the right to performance (

2003 April 13 London: DAY Retreat Seminar for SMARTlab Phds and supervisors

4 April Gabrielle Roth dance/wellness workshop in New York

2003 March 27-29 PUBLIC ART at Eyebeam: Collaborating artist Marie Sester opens her new project at Eyebeam, NY

March 2003

29 March – 2 April BODYSENSE residency part I in Phoenix

13 March – all week, SEED: International Women’s Day/Awareness week: SEED celebration

Feburary 2003

2003 Feb 26 – March 2

DEAF03: Knitted Europe Festival in Rotterdam including SMARTlab presentations and Graduate Seminar – see details of Code Zebra performances and RADICAL presentations on the DEAF site.

2003 Feb 8-12 TRUST I: Implementation with the Children’s Health Fund, New York

18-19 Feb, SPIRITLEVEL: Dublin – CRC Implementation/PLAYSHOP for children with CP and SB using SPIRITlevel technologies

2003 Feb 22 ANJALI New York premiere, Wooster St., NY

2003 Feb 19-22 New York – Children’s Health Fund implementation meetings

2003 Feb 18 Dublin – Media Lab/CR implementation meeting

2003 Feb 14 FRAMEWORK VI Inter-Faces project team meeting at BT (Ipswich)

2003 Feb 12-13 SMARTshell retreat for global classmates development (Macromedia, Ivisit & BBC)

2003 Feb 10-11 BBC RETREAT regarding convergent media


2003 Feb 6 Dublin CRC and Media Lab Europe planning meetings for SPIRITLEVEL

2002 26 November COPENHAGEN IST IS for FUN

15-17 November, Amsterdam, Doors of Perception: SMARTlab presentation by Jo Gell in the Open Doors Competition,
THINKtank participation by Lizbeth Goodman and Jo Gell regarding the future of interactive design.

2002 November 4-6 Little Shalwyn, SMARTshell retreat

2002 November 1-8 Oval House Theatre PLAYshop for artists with disabilities

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