Popped into the BBC Radio Merseyside performance space today to have a look at the exhibition of works by students of the Liverpool Screen School.
Being held at the BBC Radio Performance Space, Hanover Street, on Thur 12th June – Sat 14th June 2008 from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Really enjoyed the works, we had our faces put onto dancers on a screen, read a very clever interactive comic book and played an inventive computer game plus a few other things, shame it finishes tomorrow.
The Liverpool Screen School was established in September 2007 bringing together into a new environment a range of successful and established undergraduate and postgraduate courses in interactive media, computer games and animation, broadcast and print journalism, film and television.
In partnership with Liverpool Community College the LSS is the only Skillset Media Academy in the North West, one of 17 nationwide.
Selected pieces include:
“Meum Cerebrum Nocet” – Interactive installation
“Heart of the Forest” – Interactive story-book
“Time to….” – Interactive DVD
“Ghost in the Machine” – Interactive installation
“Sombras Bailando” – Mobile fun
“Kin-terface” – A virtual spatial environment
“Monstrous” – Interactive comic book