Interactive installation created for the barbican London.
ManMachineMachineMan allowed multiple users to connect to one canvas and create images using motion, sound (an African thumb piano was installed next to the mouse) and handwriting recognition.
In 2004, the Barbican Art Gallery in London showed: 'Communicate: British Independent Graphic Design since the Sixties, The Emergence of British Graphic Design' curated by Rick Poynor. (16 September 2004 - 23 January 2005).
We not only had the honour of exhibiting our websites requiemforadream.com and donniedarko.com but were also commissioned to create an installation piece for it.
It has since travelled to Beijing and Shanghai, and Switzerland.