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Synthetic or human? The changing voices behind transport announcements

The recent sound recordings done in train stations and airports got me thinking more about how the synthetic voice has increasingly becoming a ubiquitous characteristic that directs and informs our movements within the environment. This comes after making a few … Continue reading

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Guardian Publications

Dubai Airport (2016)   You might wonder how this video relates to this post. Well, when en-route to Tokyo or London, when travelling to work, there is a lot of hanging around at Dubai airport. Over the years I’ve got accustomed to … Continue reading

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Bruce Lee, Audrey Hepburn and the ethics of digital necromancy -Hannah Ellis-Petersen

The American actress, Janet Leigh was born in 1927 and died in 2004 at the age of 77. My last project, Don’t Have Nightmares 0.1, involved taking a segment of icon cinematic footage from the film Psycho and animating approximately … Continue reading

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Digital Vellum

Last weekend, when visiting my step-dad (87 years), he gave me old photo of my mum (pictured below) from her wedding day, March 1st 1962 . “I was having a clear-out and thought you might like it” he said. I gratefully … Continue reading

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