Following on from ‘Bizarro’ a site-specific interactive installation for the Creative Arts Building at the University of Huddersfield in 2012, Bizarro II (Temple Alive with Light) features a new collaboration involving students and graduates from BA(Hons): Graphic Design, Illustration, Mutlimedia and Costume Design, all of who are eager to push the concept one step further.

As the viewer enters the neon soaked temple, they are transported into a world of Illuminated live drawing and sonic exploration, all of which is controlled by a small colony of futuristic MIDI-synced, Crim Collective Androids. Bizarro II (Temple Alive with Light) is a living example of a transdisciplinary approach to art and design related practice. It celebrates a student research culture and offers the artists and designers of the future a platform to experience the progressive nature of an art and design education and re-examine the possibilities and diversity of festival participation.

Crim at Dawsons Hash House Tent Crim installation at night Night time with LED framing The start of the installation