Institute For Boundary Interactions

We are a group of artists, designers, architects, technologists and creative producers who formed recently out of a collective interest in conducting practice lead research into the complex relationships between people, places and things. A large part of this is how technologically constructed spaces and things mediate our individual and collective practices and experiences.


The Town Crier is a performative device that scans and reads out geo-located tweets from it’s immediate vicinity. Initially developed as part of a research project commissioned for Broadway Cinema’s Making Future Work program. We have since developed the work into a performance piece that explores the cultural texture of the urban data landscape by pushing this web content back into the physical context in which it was created.


National Biennale: WEYA 2012

PerformanceOliver WoodI