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Ghosts of NewBridge

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Edward Wainwright

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Abstract

Four months prior to the demolition of an active artist studios space in Newcastle city centre, a form of ‘rescue archaeology’ was undertaken to document and record the use and inhabitation of Norham House. Using millimetre-accurate LIDAR scanning technology, a digital model of The NewBridge Project studios has been produced. Through modelling, projection, immersive video and sound, this project aimed to explore the production of affective states through digital representation and spatial installation practices. The project combined high-definition, digital video projection mapping in a basement space in The NewBridge Project’s new home in Carliol House, alongside modified audio recordings of interviews with studio holders and recordings of ambient sound.


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Artist(s): Wainwright E, Mulvey J, Hunt J

Publication type: Exhibition

Publication status: Published

Year: 2017

Number of Pieces: 3 screen projected installation

Venue: The NewBridge Project, Carliol House

Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Media of Output: digital projection

URL: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/creativearts/news/item/ghostsofthenewbridgesparksoflifefrankensteinandregeneration.html


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