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LIGHTHOUSE STUDIO: Georgina Voss

We've just officially launched our new interdisciplinary space Lighthouse Studio. Resident Georgina Voss writes on her plans for the next three months of her time at Lighthouse.

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BFI SHORT WINS AT CANNES

In another exciting BFI Shorts announcement, Crocodile, directed by Gaëlle Denis, has won the Canal+ prize at the 53rd Semaine de la Critique in Cannes.

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Gaëlle Denis

BFI SHORT IN COMPETITION AT CANNES FILM FESTIVAL

Crocodile, produced through the BFI Shorts scheme, is one of ten short films in competition during Critic’s Week at Cannes Film Festival.

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Leila Johnston speaks at TEDxBrighton © Toby Lewis Thomas

Lighthouse Studio - Leila Johnston

We've just welcomed our next set of residents to the Lighthouse Studio. New resident Leila Johnston writes on her plans for the next three months of her residency.

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Coding Objects, by Coralie Gourguechon, 2013

Welcome to Lighthouse Studio Residents

by Andrew Sleigh, Creative Producer.

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HOUSE 2014: Interview with Tobias Revell

As we count down to the launch of The Monopoly of Legitimate Use on 2 May, artist, critical designer and futurist, Tobias Revell discusses his three film piece with Natalie Kane, Storyteller & Technologist.

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DATA AS CULTURE: Interview with Shiri Shalmy

In June, the Open Data Institute's Data as Culture exhibition comes to Lighthouse. Storyteller and Technologist Natalie Kane caught up with curator Shiri Shalmy after her Lunchtime Lecture at the ODI.

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PLAYABLE CITY: Andrew in Recife

Our Creative Producer, Andrew Sleigh, is currently in Recife, Brazil, as part of the Playable City project in partnership with Watershed in Bristol. The Playable City is an international initiave that brings together creative producers, artists and technologists to create new projects that reimagine public spaces. Here's Andrew's update on the first week of research and collaboration.

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Surveillance Spaulder by James Bridle, 2013, at Future Everything.

Future Everything 2014: City Fictions

Storyteller & Technologist Natalie Kane attended Future Everything Festival in Manchester. Here’s her first post on the installations and art accompanying the conference.

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Welcome to Storythings

We’re delighted to welcome the brilliant Storythings to the community of creative companies based at Lighthouse. By Miriam Randall, Executive Director

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Speculative futures / Digital fabrication / Sexual health

As part of their studio residencies, we've invited our residents to contribute to our blog. This week is the turn of writer and researcher Georgina Voss.

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The Invisible Hand: On Profiling and Personalisation

Last week Storyteller and Technologist Natalie attended the last day of The Invisible Hand: Personalisation and Profiling, held by Blast Theory.

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