The take over starts here
Welcome To The Project
Read The Finished Book
The book is due for release in early 2017 and will be distributed through the Blast Theory shop. If you’d like to reserve a copy please email email@example.com or contact the studio on 01273 413 455.
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A big thank you to everyone who entered and joined us for the live event – we had such a great time and hope you did too.
A Place Free Of Judgement is a new project by Blast Theory and Tony White, developed with ASCEL West Midlands and Arts Connect.
It is made in collaboration with young people and librarians in Telford and Wrekin, Worcestershire, and Staffordshire and is created in partnership with young people and librarians in Solihull, Shropshire, Dudley and the University of Worcester.
The project is made with support from Arts Council England Lottery Funding, Arts Connect the Bridge organisation for the West Midlands and the University of Worcester.
Blast Theory is a group of artists’ based in Brighton who make interactive artworks that invite you to question your place in society. Led by Matt Adams, Ju Row Farr and Nick Tandavanitj we create groundbreaking new forms of performance and interactive art that mixes audiences across the internet, live performance and digital broadcasting.
We have shown work at the Venice Biennale, Sundance Film Festival and The Tate and have been commissioned by Channel 4, the BBC and the Royal Opera House.
Last year we made our first app, Karen, which is free to download for iOS or Android.
Tony White is the author of novels including Foxy-T (Faber and Faber). His most recent novel Shackleton’s Man Goes South was the Science Museum’s Atmosphere Commission 2013 and the first novel the Museum had ever published. Other titles include the non-fiction work Another Fool in the Balkans, novellas including Dicky Star and the Garden Rule, and numerous short stories. Recent projects include Missorts—a permanent GPS-triggered sound work for Bristol—and fiction commissions for the Irish Museum of Modern Art, PEER/Animate Projects and The Wellcome Collection among others. In 2010 Tony wrote Ivy4Evr—an interactive drama for mobile phones—for Blast Theory and Channel 4, and he was Script Editor and Story Consultant on Blast Theory’s award-winning Karen app. Tony White currently chairs the board of directors of London’s award-winning arts radio station, Resonance 104.4fm.