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It is easily forgotten how to manage without them. 'HUMAN ERROR' is a series of large-scale interactive sculptures, which invite visitors to collaborate in order to make them function, following the Household ethos. It is easily forgotten how to manage without them. 'HUMAN ERROR' is a series of large-scale interactive sculptures, which invite visitors to collaborate in order to make them function, following the Household ethos. Post navigation ← BBC “Stargazing” BBC Knowledge Brand Film → Copyright © 2016 Jon Hurley • 07790 006 146 • [email protected] Follow @jonhurley123 Our website uses cookies to improve your user experience. Vapiano: Review The glorious new Corn Exchange is a real hotbed of new restaurant talent. weblink

More related articles » advertisement Copyright © Culture24 unless otherwise stated.Information published here was believed to be correct at the time of publication. TM + © 2016 Vimeo, Inc. Visitors to the show are invited to play with the machines and create their own artworks. Exhibition (temporary) Event: Shen Xin: Originally Inclusive 17 November 2016 University of Salford, Media City: Thursday 17 November 2016, 6 - 8pm | FreeThis experimental live event by artist Shen Xin explores inclusiveness and exclusiveness of individual’s and collective’s understandings of origin through a collaboration of art, science and performance.

We easily forget how we managed without these machines before we invented them. Don't get me wrong I'm not too shabby in the kitchen, but it's […] Read more... // Say hello… Twitter Instagram Facebook page January 25, 2011 By Lee Isherwood Chinese Arts Centre Where: Market Buildings, 13 Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU - 0161 832 7271   map When: Tues - Sat: 10am - 5pm, Sun - Mon: Closed Website: www.chinese-arts-centre.org What: Recent offerings: Human Error Household and Dario Utreras Date: 19 February to 30 April 2011 Preview: Friday, 18 February 2011 - 5:30-7:30pm --------------------------------------- Chien-Ni Hung 31 January 2011 - 26 February 2011 Open Studio: 18 & 19 February 2011 --------------------------------------- Yu-Chen Wang 22 February - 14 May 2011 Open Studio: 11-14 May 2011 --------------------------------------- Please leave your comments below for everyone else. built by interconnect/it Centaur Communications Ltd (a member of the Centaur Media plc group) Wells Point, 79 Wells Street, London W1T 3QN.

X Skip to content Creative Review The best in creativity Primary Menu Human Error Interactive Exhibition Design collective Household and artist Dario Utreras have turned a number of our favourite digital machines into analogue sculptures for an exhibition at the Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester… By Eliza Williams 29th March 2011 2:10 pm Design collective Household and artist Dario Utreras have turned a number of our favourite digital machines into analogue sculptures for an exhibition at the Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester… The artists have taken four machines that are regularly used in the modern office and for the administration of our daily lives - the printer, scanner, photocopier and photobooth - and turned them into large-scale interactive sculptures. You're already subscribed! For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above. Fans of the band can interact with them online, and help them compose a song, which will be completed within the session. 22nd March 2011 5:10 pm Feature News Logos: where next?

Throughout the 1960s, it is believed those who remained used conceptual art to transmit hidden messages to outer space. We reinterpreted a photocopier, printer, scanner, and photobooth for the exhibition. Foregrounded by moving image work, Shen’s practice concerns the social position of the artist, and engages recently with re-instrumentalising technique, judgment, power and morality.http://www.cfcca.org.uk/exhibition/shen-xin-origin/ Where University of Salford, MediaCityUkThe Greenhouse101-110 BroadwaySalfordEnglandM50 2EQUnited KingdomSalfordGreater ManchesterM50 2EQ Website http://www.cfcca.org.uk/exhibition/shen-xin-origin/ Events details are listed below. Home Our Work Directors Commercials Interactive Arts VR Studio Originals Studio Contact Back nexus 25 Chart Street London, N1 6FA.

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Household and Dario Uteras: Human Error Household and Dario Utreras: Human Error 19 February - 30 April 2011 Human Error is an exhibition in collaboration with Dario Utreras commissioned by Chinese Arts Centre. With this exhibition, the intention was to create work that fully engaged with the public. have a peek at these guys Saving... Please note that we do not accept or read unsolicitedscripts or story ideas for films or TV productions copyright © 2016 nexus 07790 006 146 [email protected] Menu Skip to content Home Commercials Corporates TV/Short Films Contact & About Menu Chinese Arts Centre “Human Error” Dir: George Wu Prod Co: Household Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Photocopier machine Printer Photobooth Human Error will continue at the Chinese Arts Centre until April 30, more info is here.

HUMAN ERROR_The Photobooth from George Wu Plus 5 years ago Human Error_The Photobooth part of HUMAN ERROR a Household and Dario Utreras Exhibition Commissioned by Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester The second video in a series of four. News Art Latest MUJI launches poster exhibition to celebrate its 25th anniversary 17th October 2016 6:57 pm Powerful SickKids Foundation ad shows the fighting strength of children 17th October 2016 8:45 am Jack Renwick Studio's crafty identity for Carpenters Wharf 14th October 2016 11:19 am Erwin Blumenfeld: From Dada to Vogue 14th October 2016 9:50 am You may also like News Don DeLillo covers by Noma Bar Headphones? From Elle, Cosmopolitan and Vogue to the Chinese Arts Centre: Chen Man in Manchester The Chinese Arts Centre hosts a debut solo show in the UK for leading Beijing photographer Chen Man, who makes kaleidoscopic images of unobtainable beauty. check over here This exhibition has been supported by the Taiwanese Ministry of Culture.http://www.cfcca.org.uk/exhibition/yin-ju-chen/ Suitable for Any age Website http://www.cfcca.org.uk/exhibition/yin-ju-chen/ Event KIRSTY HARRIS How I Learned to Stop Worrying (1945-2016) 21 October 2016 — 22 January 2017 How I Learned to Stop Worrying (1945-2016) is an audio work whose name derives from the 1964 satirical film Dr Strangelove.

Along with our talented contributors we will continue to bring you the best and brightest Manchester has to offer. - The Finest Team About Contact Advertise Contribute Privacy Made by matthewtyas.com Back to the top By making the digital analogue, we realise the importance of digital machines in our lives and our inability to live without advanced technology. This will mean that Chinese Arts Centre will continue to be at the forefront of disseminating information about Chinese creativity, from the traditional through to the contemporary.

Inspired by humble office machines; photocopiers, printers and scanners, whose purpose is to speed up and streamline our work.

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Household was set up by George Wu and Sarah Gottlieb in 2008. Investigating the most exciting contemporary work coming out of China and East Asia today, CFCCA works with a wide array of partners to embrace a global century where Chinese art is moving firmly centre-stage.CFFCA are leading the sector in showcasing Chinese contemporary art and visual culture, encouraging broader engagement with Chinese contemporary art through a lively and innovative programme of exhibitions, residencies, engagement projects, festivals, international projects and events. Household will produce large scale interactive sculptures, which invite visitors to cooperate in order to make them work. this content Visitors are encouraged to bring friends or collaborate with other people in order to complete the tasks.

There was an error with your email, please double check it. Where Museum of Science and IndustryLiverpool Rd, ManchesterManchesterM3 4FP printable map Centre for Chinese Contemporary ArtMarket BuildingsThomas StreetManchesterGreater ManchesterM4 1EUEngland Website cfcca.​org.​uk E-mail [email protected]​cfcca.​org.​uk Telephone 0161 ​832 ​7271 Fax 0161 ​832 ​7513 All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. The education suite is also available for conference hire. Moore's Solo Exhibition ‘SHADOVVS' December 3, 2011 BIG + Audi realize ‘URBAN FUTURE’ at Design Miami 2011 February 8, 2012 ‘SA MI 75 DZ NY 12’ by Doug Wheeler March 31, 2015 ‘Augmented Pinball' Interactive Installation by 464 Media Lab October 27, 2011 Polymorphic - a kinetic installation created by students May 23, 2011 ‘Leviathan' by Anish Kapoor June 13, 2016 ‘Put Your Head into Gallery' - Interactive Art Project by Tezi Gabunia October 21, 2012 ‘Transformations' by Lee Jae-Hyo Previous articleMusic video:: Beautiful works by Dark Matters Next articleHAZ PUFF! ‘yo creo que sabe algo…’ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

We also offer surgeries, advice and consultation services for artists as well as providing administrative support and IT facilities in a purpose built study/resources space.To compliment our hugely successful artist-lead school workshops and outreach programme, the education suite has the very latest IT facilities available to enhance learning.