Wood, card table, chalk, 5 x microphones, 3 x projectors, 3 flat LED screens, 7 active RFID readers, 300 RFID tagged maps, 3 x PA, 1 x amp, 3 x computers, 2 x 18 channel mixing desks, circular wooden party table, green dog bowls, sailing rope, multiple plastic party dining sets, pink sand, coats, hats, running shoes, shoes, paper, pens, paper boxes, shopping trolley, canned food, builders working lights, builders working belt, 1 x pumkin, 1 x duvet, 2 x pillows, flour, plants, plastic bags, 2 x clip boards, 2 x white shop coats, broken computer monitors, disused speakers, punch bowl, punch mix, bottles of booze, can of juice, party snacks and rubbish collected from large department stores
Concept/direction and stage design: Teresa Dillon
Technical Coordinator: Maarten De Laat
Music: Luke Goss
Sound: Kathy Hinde
Projections: Rod MacLachlan
Graphic animation and print: Philip O’Dwyer
Performers: James Kennard, Swen Steinhauser, Alex Alderton, Imogen Knight, Anthea Lewis, Antoine Fravel, Gary Clarke, Helen Hewitt, Nina Wylie
Technical Support: Dan Powell
Technical adviser: Hans Daanan, Mobile Bristol/HP Labs
Production Support: Adriana Meirelles
Photo documentation: Adam Faraday
Video documentation: Kathy Hinde
John Wesley New Rooms, Bristol, Broadmead, 19-22nd October, 2005
Alien Technologies, Integrated Product Intelligence, The Mobile Bristol Centre, HP Labs, Sony UK and the Arnolfini and The John Wesley New Room, Bristol.
Bristol City Council as part of Creative Bristol. Creative Bristol is an initiative of Bristol Cultural Development Partnership, Arts Council England South West, Bristol City Council and Business West with support from The National Lottery and the Millennium Commission.