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Bees in a Tin 2015 - tickets now available

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Nikki Pugh <[log in to unmask]>

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Walking Artists Network <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 20 May 2015 21:07:01 +0100

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Hello walking artists,

This year's Bees in a Tin event features several walking experiences and 
prompts to think about how we navigate, negotiate and dwell in the 
landscape:
     * Bill Aitchison’s virtual tour of guided tours
     * Simon Park’s tour of urban microbiology
     * Simon Farid’s invitation for you to go undercover and impersonate 
a plain clothes police officer
     * Rebecca Taylor’s mass-collaborative, co-designed community 
rooftop project
     * Duncan Speakman unfolding myths of interactivity

Attendees will also be able to take part in Circumstance's amazing 
'pedestrian speaker symphony' A Folded Path - an hour-long walk through 
Birmingham carrying speakers from which GPS-triggered elements of the 
composition will emanate accordingly.

Overall it's a celebration of interesting people making unique 
interfaces for the world around them, so there'll be plenty of 
representation from other (in)disciplines and the things inbetween.

Do come and join us!

Birmingham, Friday June the 12th
Tickets are £10 each (£6 early bird) and include a simple lunch. 
https://bees2015.eventbrite.co.uk
Full line-up here: 
http://manyandvaried.org.uk/projects/bees2015/about_the_speakers
http://twitter.com/ManyVaried

Thanks,
Nikki

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www.npugh.co.uk
@nikkipugh

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