Future and Form

Meet the Creative Technologists

Thursday 27 May, 7.00pm


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Creative technologists Guildhall Live Events and Mutiny, the production partners behind Future and Form, discuss their collaborations with six authors to make six new experimental works exploring contemporary literature through creative technology. The event will be chaired by the project’s Executive Digital Producer, Tim Wright.


Guildhall Live Events

Production partners: Tash Aw – Where Do Stories Come From, Mitch Johnson –The Living Book and James McDermott – Senseless

Guildhall Live Events is an innovative new department of Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Specialising in creating immersive and interactive digital experiences, it has been set up to act as a conduit between the professional artistic, creative and entertainment industries and the world-class educational practices of Guildhall School.


Production Partners: Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ – Provenance, Mona Arshi – Shifting Lines and Imogen Hermes Gowar – Eleanor

Mutiny is a cross-artform organisation created and developed by Sophie Mellor, Simon Poulter and Marcus Romer, that creates and develops highly innovative, playful and cutting edge art projects and installations. Their work tells stories by combining performance, theatre and digital.

This event is part of University of East Anglia’s Future and Form programme

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27 May

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his work, generously supported by Arts Council England, is part of the UEA’s ‘Future and Form’ series of works designed to explore the interface between contemporary literature and creative technology.




Writer: James McDermott


Digital Production Partner


Guildhall Live Events, part of Guildhall School of Music & Drama




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