Posts Tagged: Electricity

KraftMaus portable renewables unit

To solve our problem of powering events at HAPPIDROME off-grid, Sara approached Exeter University’s BSc Renewable Energy course at Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. In response to Sara’s brief and with support from Exeter’s Proof of Concept fund, third

KraftMaus portable renewables unit

To solve our problem of powering events at HAPPIDROME off-grid, Sara approached Exeter University’s BSc Renewable Energy course at Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. In response to Sara’s brief and with support from Exeter’s Proof of Concept fund, third

PIXELH8 AT HAPPIDROME

HAPPIDROME is super excited to announce that internationally renowned chip tune musician and artist Matthew C Applegate, also known as Pixelh8, will be visiting us to make recordings for a new work, ‘Call and Response’. Matthew makes his music from

PIXELH8 AT HAPPIDROME

HAPPIDROME is super excited to announce that internationally renowned chip tune musician and artist Matthew C Applegate, also known as Pixelh8, will be visiting us to make recordings for a new work, ‘Call and Response’. Matthew makes his music from

Forgotten Memory

This is the memory of the first commercial computer, UNIVAC 1. The following is taken from the IEEE Spectrum blog http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/core-memories “…J. Presper Eckert, co-­inventor of the UNIVAC, and four other members of the Institute of Radio Engineers wrote in

Forgotten Memory

This is the memory of the first commercial computer, UNIVAC 1. The following is taken from the IEEE Spectrum blog http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/core-memories “…J. Presper Eckert, co-­inventor of the UNIVAC, and four other members of the Institute of Radio Engineers wrote in

‘there’ll always be an England’ redux

After devising ‘there’ll always be an England’ as a participatory work for Happidrome One,  it was recreated during ‘offsite:inside’ curated by Sara Bowler at Newyln Art Gallery, 2008. I was curious to see how the meaning of a site specific

‘there’ll always be an England’ redux

After devising ‘there’ll always be an England’ as a participatory work for Happidrome One,  it was recreated during ‘offsite:inside’ curated by Sara Bowler at Newyln Art Gallery, 2008. I was curious to see how the meaning of a site specific