1. AV Festival 08: Waygood's Amateur Radio Rally


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    Before the internet, there were people who chatted to each other on the radio. These amateur radio 'hams’ formed a worldwide community and a pool of communications expertise. Many of them are still out there - the UK has 65,000 licensed radio amateurs. Waygood, a gallery and artist studios in Newcastle, created a new Arts Amateur Radio Club to explore the creative possibilities of the medium. The results of this project were shown in the Radio Rally in Grainger Market, where people were able to put faces to the voices they hear on air. In addition The Radio Society of Great Britain’s mobile radio shack, GB4FUN, were on hand to enable the uninitiated to get some hands-on radio experience. Credit Co-commissioned by AV Festival 08 and Waygood.

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    • Touch Wood


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      Part of Waygood Wood Site Specific InstallationCastle Keep Newcastle upon Tyne, 2008 A mobile grove of trees is housed in the darkened ground floor of the Castle Keep, which over time has served as chapel, garrison, prison, workshop and museum. Now converted to an indoor woodland, the darkened space echoes with ghostly sounds where visitors can negotiate their way by torchlight through the shadowy thicket.

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          • waygood harkers billboard timelapse Michael->Sarah1


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            timelapse canon G3 3-1fps initial -> 30 fps for the final video

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            • A discussion with Tate about the use of sites like these


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              A 14 minute interview with John Stack, Editor of Tate Online and Sarah Briggs, marketing manager for Tate, about how organisations and individuals can use sites like flickr, facebook, MySpace and YouTube etc for reaching a broader audience and giving increased functionality and interactivity than what is possible on an individual website.

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