BBC 'blast studio' by Fallon

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The BBC has launched an interactive art installation promoting its creative learning initiative, BBC Blast, which aims to develop the creative skills of 13-19 year olds.

The project, created by Fallon, centres on a website www.blastgetcreative.co.uk, which hosts the ‘Blast Studio’, a digital and experiential event.


The studio enables users to create works of art in real time by controlling giant painting, sculpture, light & music and writing machines that are housed in ‘The Topalski Studio’ at the Southbank Centre.

 

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Released: 12 May 2009

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Credits

Project name
Blast Studio

Client
Emma Thomas, Head of Marketing, BBC Future, Media and Technology

Brief
Launch BBC 'Blast Studio', a creative resource which encourages young people to experiment with their creativity

Executive Creative Director
Richard Flintham

Creatives
Kyla Elliott & Ben Beazley

Media agency
MPG

Production Company
Fallon Productions

Production partners
Hothouse, Harmony Park, Acne Digital

Audio post-production company
Wave

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