Louise Colbourne’s studio-LAB project sees her create accessible ‘maker spaces’ within virtual reality environments – and for this first installation Larry Achiampong and David Blandy showcase selections from their video works A Terrible Fiction and Finding Fanon 2.
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy have used the facility to make a new environment for their film work.
The objective of Louise’s project was to create an accessible ‘maker space’ within VR for creatives to develop exhibition designs, 3D installations, motion graphics, moving image installation, 360 photography, photogrammetry, sound and live performance. The maker can also meet invited visitors into their spaces for demonstrations, lectures, seminars and collaborative making/curating initiatives.
The Studio-LAB project is funded by the University of Brighton’s Research & Enterprise and Creative Futures funds, awarded by the School of Art and the School of Media.
Find out about the project on the Studio-LAB blog.
Read an interview with Larry Achiampong and David Blandy on the Crossing Cultures blog.