The tracker chronicles
Lloyd, C 2011, The tracker chronicles [Show/Exhibition].
Official URL: http://www.waysoflooking.org/programme/simon-ford-...
|Abstract:||Using surveillance technology, data collection, digital print and re-imagined objects, “The Tracker Chronicles” plays with an array of information gathering devices, exploring their possible meanings and applications. Live camera feeds and data streams are overlapped and interfered with, movement is mapped across the main atrium space occupied by a watch tower and a time travelling chandelier, meanwhile back in the gallery birds sing, stocks rise and fall, sun spots flare, people watch and are watched and the images and data flow. “The Tracker Chronicles” explores the complex connections between looking, listening and reading, in different times and spaces. Who is looking, what for and why? The artists Simon Ford and Colin Lloyd are not predicting answers but hopefully provoking thought through poetic digital – image - object interplay. The Tracker Chronicles is a collaboration between Simon Ford and Colin Lloyd The exhibition is part of the ‘Ways of Looking’ Photo Festival, organised by Impressions Gallery; The National Media Museum and Bradford University Gallery II Website with full programme, maps, biogs and events: http://waysoflooking.org/|
|Contributors:||Ford, S (Collaborator)|
|Additional Information:||The projest is part of the International Festival of Photography 'Ways Of Looking'. Developed by the National Media Museum and Impressions Gallery.|
|Schools:||Colleges and Schools > College of Arts & Social Sciences|
Colleges and Schools > College of Arts & Social Sciences > School of Arts & Media
|Funders:||Arts Council England (ACE), University Of Bradford, Impressions Gallery, Bradford|
|Event Title:||The Tracker Chronicles|
|Event Location:||Gallery II University of Bradford|
|Event Dates:||1-28 October 2011|
|Depositing User:||C Lloyd|
|Deposited On:||19 Oct 2011 11:24|
|Last Modified:||03 Feb 2014 15:37|
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