26 October 2016: artistic research seminar on mixed reality collaboration

You are welcome to join us for the following research seminar:

“Space Interface: collaborating on the mixed reality continuum”

by Dr Mathew Emmett

Scott Building 102, Plymouth University

Wednesday 26 October 2016, 4.30 – 6.00pm

In this seminar, shared by ARC (Artistic Research Cluster) and Performance.Experience.Presence (P.E.P) research group, Mathew will talk about his ongoing Space Interface collaboration with Eberhard Kranemann, exploring their influences and creative processes.

Space Interface synthesises hybrid space through mixed reality performance creating multi-level immersive environments in which the performers and audience are encouraged to simultaneously occupy multiple points on the mixed reality continuum.


Eberhard Kranemann is an innovator in audiovisual art and avant ­garde music. Having previously worked with Joseph Beuys, his collaborative practice continues to be an important testbed for the origination of experimentation. He is also known for cofounding electronic music bands such as Kraftwerk, Neu! Pissoff, and later assumed the pseudonym Fritz Muller.

Mathew Emmett is an artist and architect specializing in site responsive installation, sound and interdisciplinary research in situated cognition. He trained at the Bartlett, Architectural Association and attended Karlheinz Stockhausen’s summer school, and has since performed at the TATE, exhibited internationally, and continued collaboration with choreographer Adam Benjamin with projects in Japan, Perception Lab, Germany and the architectural theorist Charles Jencks. He is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for 3D Design at Plymouth University.

Emmett and Kranemann are represented by the Weithorn Galerie, Dusseldorf.

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