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Stories by greyworld

The Tail

Everyone wants to have a tail. We wanted one that could do all the naughty things you dream of, but dont dare. Get a Tail to express your cheeky side. So we created one! Its fully controllable, it can bend and flex and knock things off tables, tremble and twist and curl, and of course wag and get frisky.

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Wave

Installed at the Copernicus Centre in Warsaw, Poland, greyworld have a new kinetic artwork called Wave. Comprising of 16 polished metal rods, the artwork responds to peoples voices. As one speaks in to one end, the artwork leaps in to life, the sculpture modelling the amplitude of the persons speech.

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Invisible

The entire town of Burnley has become a canvas for magical paintings that appear and disappear throughout the day and night. Some as big as a house, others as small as a door, these paintings reveal a hidden side of Burnley, offering viewers the opportunity to explore the town in a whole new light.

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Bloom

greyworld have created a permanent 55m installation for a striking new Foster and Partners development in historic Spitalfields, East London. The work of art occupies the full height of the building’s central 10-storey atrium. It uses hundreds of flowers, hidden…

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Flavin Music

Soundscape is a work inspired by Dan Flavin’s iconic light installations to accompany a retrospective of his work at the Hayward Gallery in London. The sound work is comprised of six individual compositions, which respond to Flavin’s installations in a particular space in the gallery.

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Tune

Tune is a sound work that treats the FACT building in Liverpool as the canvas for a single sonic composition. The work interrogates two layers of the building: its physical structure and the social architecture of the space The installation…

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Colour stops

Colourstops (1,2) is a permanent sound installation in two bus shelters, along the Manchester Road in Bradford. The work of art subtly alters the space of the shelter with the sound of a female voice, gently singing the colours of the clothing of the people passing through.

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Dog eat Dog

We were invited by the BBC to create two interactive games to appear on this popular television programme. The first game, Video Jigsaw, used a hidden camera and a plasma screen to create a jigsaw puzzle of the contestants face,…

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Six Lifts

In September 2002 Sonic Arts Network was asked to produce an installation for the CISAC World Congress 2002, the annual conference for the international confederation of authors and composers. The conference was coordinated by the PRS in the UK and…

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