1. Paul Granjon, 'Geek Cool'


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    'Geek Cool' by Paul Granjon is one of ten new 'Pop Pi' videos commissioned and produced as part of Sonic Pi: Live and Coding. Ten artists were asked to make a three-minute pop video using Sonic Pi, a new piece of software developed by Dr. Sam Aaron to allow people to create music by writing code. All of the music in the videos has been written and sequenced using Sonic Pi. The ten Pop Pi artists were carefully selected by Daniel Brine (Director, Cambridge Junction) and Juneau Projects (lead artists on the Sonic Pi: Live and Coding project) because of their particular relationships with technology, sound, performance and art, and for the varied and interesting perspectives they could offer on the use of coding as a creative tool for musical production. Sonic Pi: Live & Coding is an exciting new digital research project supported by the prestigious Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, run by Cambridge Junction and key partners Cambridge University and The Raspberry Pi Foundation. www.zprod.org www.sonicpiliveandcoding.com www.sonic-pi.net

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    • Microworld: Arcadia - day into night


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      Documentation of Genetic Moo's 'Microworld : Arcadia' at Arcadecardiff, May 2013. Our aim - to create a digital ecology, where the art works communicate with the audience and each other. Works by Genetic Moo, Tine Bech, Jockel Liess, Sean Clark, Paul Granjon, Sean Olsen, Wendy Keay-Bright, Jane Webb, Stefan Samocuik and performances by Julia Schauerman, Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos and Tango Edge. Sound design Julia Schauerman (video + audio recorded live).

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      • Cheryl driving 13 Steps remote-controlled shopping carrier


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        As part of the Experimental Body Extensions Manufacturing Unit (http://ebemu.com), worker Cheryl Georgopoulos test-drives the model for a remote-controlled shopping carrier with backpack interface.

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        • Robot brain-control interface experiment


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          Electronic artist Paul Granjon demonstrates a brain-robot interface using a Neurosky mindset to communicate with Minithingy, a home-made mobile robot. Filmed at Lovebytes Festival, Sheffield UK, March 2011

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          • Design Wales: 10 Things I Learnt - 9 March 2012: PAUL GRANJON


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            On the 9th of March 2012, Design Wales Forum hosted 10 Things I Learnt at the Wales Millenium Centre in Cardiff. The event brought together eight speakers from design, business strategy and technology on one day to share their experiences of developing ideas and the things that they have learnt along the way. Paul Granjon's talk 10 Things I Learnt While Making Robots for Art or What Robots Taught Me www.designwales.org www.designwalesforum.org

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            • Lovebytes 2012 Digital Spring Fayre, Sheffield, UK - timelapse video


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              Lovebytes 2012 Digital Spring Fayre at the Sheffield Winter Garden 24th March 2012. http://lovebytes.org.uk Scratch Programming Language http://scratch.mit.edu Access Space http://access-space.org Paul Granjon http://www.zprod.org Sheffield Placard Headphone Festival http://lurk.org/placard Music by Jason Shaw http://audionautix.com

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              • Oriel Factory - Paul Granjon


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                A documentary by Chris Keenan about the process of Paul Granjon's 'Oriel Factory' from start to finish. From an initial studio visit, to installation at Oriel Davies Gallery and performance by Paul Granjon at the opening event. With commentary from Paul Granjon and the 'Factory Workers'.

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