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What If Buildings Could See? Cambridge Festival

Latent Façade by Jason Bruges Studio

Tuesday 30 March at 2:00pm-2:45pm
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As part of the Cambridge Festival 2021, Jason Bruges Studio will be discussing their new site-specific media artwork for Cambridge Science Park entitled Latent Façade.  

Latent Façade is a site-specific media artwork which celebrates the history of ground-breaking research developed at the Science Park.  Using computer vision as an essential research and artistic tool, the artwork teaches the building to see, and creatively re-imagines its surroundings.  Inspired by the work of Sir Neville Mott, who was instrumental in the Foundation of Cambridge Science Park, the artwork is an exploration of image processing techniques.

During the event, Jason Bruges (Founder) will also present a showreel of selected projects, introducing the studio’s practice using cutting-edge technologies and ideas to create unique, genre-bending artworks and installations.  Jason Bruges Studio have a long history of creating public interventions that bring buildings and landscapes to life through integrated designs that perform, animate and engage with audiences in multiple ways.

The presentation will be followed by a virtual tour of their East London Studio, after which there will be an opportunity to participate in a live Q&A session.

Latent Façade was commissioned by Trinity College and TusPark at the Cambridge Science Park with support from Bidwells and Commission Projects.

© Commission Projects 2019