Genetic Moo have been commissioned by Animate Projects to make a short film about inflammation. Working with scientist Dr Neil Dufton, they have created >Blister Cinema: a series of interactive artworks where your body takes on the role of a human immune cell or an invading bacteria. Throughout this residency, groups of dancers, movers and shakers have been invited into Blister Cinema to generate mini-performances for film.
Blister Cinema will open to the public on the following days:
Saturday 13 June, 10 to 4pm : Family Open Day
Come and explore a fantastic journey inside the body. You can play with the horse fly, crush infected cells and dance with swirling plasma.
Friday 19 June, 6 to 9pm : Closing Party
Send interactive agents cascading around the space as you join forces with others in the Battle of Blister. There will be free food, drink and an inflamed DJ.
Blister Cinema is part of Silent Signal, an Animate Projects commission supported by the Wellcome Trust
For more on the Blister Cinema's progress visit: battleofblister.wordpress.com
For more on the Silent Signal commission visit: silentsignal.org
Genetic Moo have been creating individual interactive art works for over 6 years. They create Microworlds, digital ecosystems and living installations that are always changing, mutating, and evolving in front of your eyes. Both gained Masters degrees from the Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts. They have exhibited extensively in galleries, festivals and museums.