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Video documentaries by Drew Cox - www.drewcox.co.uk Produced by Watershed
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  by reading herresidency blog posts in the years she suffered with dementia, Chloe Meineck was amazed to find that despite the jumbled and unreliable nature of her memories, Winnie's musical recall was impeccable. She would sit at the piano and play dozens of hymns by heart, with the music evoking emotions and memories that were previously inaccessible or incoherent.
Chloe to begin work on her craft and technology residency project: the Music Memory Box - a wooden box containing objects chosen by the owner to represent friends, family and key memories. As each object is picked up and held, the box plays a specific piece of music, encouraging the owner to recall memories from their life.
 Chloe worked with groups in day centres to discuss how participants might use the boxes, and what they would want from the object. This informed the development of a kit version of the box, which can be assembled at home with the use of the new Raspberry Pi technology. This film documents some of the moments Chloe spent with the participants, and the development of the box itself, which is inspired by classic wireless radios.
 to be one of three makers working on this round of craft and technology residencies. Whilst usually based around London and Brighton, Chloe relocated to Falmouth for the duration of the project to work in residence at autonomatic, a research cluster based in Falmouth University's Academy for Innovation and Research.
  by reading herresidency blog posts
 in the years she suffered with dementia, Chloe Meineck was amazed to find that despite the jumbled and unreliable nature of her memories, Winnie's musical recall was impeccable. She would sit at the piano and play dozens of hymns by heart, with the music evoking emotions and memories that were previously inaccessible or incoherent.
Chloe to begin work on her craft and technology residency project: the Music Memory Box - a wooden box containing objects chosen by the owner to represent friends, family and key memories. As each object is picked up and held, the box plays a specific piece of music, encouraging the owner to recall memories from their life.
 Chloe worked with groups in day centres to discuss how participants might use the boxes, and what they would want from the object. This informed the development of a kit version of the box, which can be assembled at home with the use of the new Raspberry Pi technology. This film documents some of the moments Chloe spent with the participants, and the development of the box itself, which is inspired by classic wireless radios.
 to be one of three makers working on this round of craft and technology residencies. Whilst usually based around London and Brighton, Chloe relocated to Falmouth for the duration of the project to work in residence at autonomatic, a research cluster based in Falmouth University's Academy for Innovation and Research.
  by reading herresidency blog posts
 in the years she suffered with dementia, Chloe Meineck was amazed to find that despite the jumbled and unreliable nature of her memories, Winnie's musical recall was impeccable. She would sit at the piano and play dozens of hymns by heart, with the music evoking emotions and memories that were previously inaccessible or incoherent.
Chloe to begin work on her craft and technology residency project: the Music Memory Box - a wooden box containing objects chosen by the owner to represent friends, family and key memories. As each object is picked up and held, the box plays a specific piece of music, encouraging the owner to recall memories from their life.
 Chloe worked with groups in day centres to discuss how participants might use the boxes, and what they would want from the object. This informed the development of a kit version of the box, which can be assembled at home with the use of the new Raspberry Pi technology. This film documents some of the moments Chloe spent with the participants, and the development of the box itself, which is inspired by classic wireless radios.
 to be one of three makers working on this round of craft and technology residencies. Whilst usually based around London and Brighton, Chloe relocated to Falmouth for the duration of the project to work in residence at autonomatic, a research cluster based in Falmouth University's Academy for Innovation and Research.
  by reading herresidency blog posts
Playable City - Hello Lamp Post
 
Hello Lamp Post is an experimental, city-wide platform for play. This is an opportunity to rediscover your local environment, share your memories of the city and uncover the stories that other people leave behind.
Hello Lamp Post encourages you to look at the city with fresh eyes and engage with systems we take for granted. This is a chance to slow down, reflect and give yourself permission to play.
Video documentary created by Drew Cox - www.drewcox.co.uk
Produced by Watershed 
Music Memory Box
 in the years she suffered with dementia, Chloe Meineck was amazed to find that despite the jumbled and unreliable nature of her memories, Winnie's musical recall was impeccable. She would sit at the piano and play dozens of hymns by heart, with the music evoking emotions and memories that were previously inaccessible or incoherent.
Chloe to begin work on her craft and technology residency project: the Music Memory Box - a wooden box containing objects chosen by the owner to represent friends, family and key memories. As each object is picked up and held, the box plays a specific piece of music, encouraging the owner to recall memories from their life.
 Chloe worked with groups in day centres to discuss how participants might use the boxes, and what they would want from the object. This informed the development of a kit version of the box, which can be assembled at home with the use of the new Raspberry Pi technology. This film documents some of the moments Chloe spent with the participants, and the development of the box itself, which is inspired by classic wireless radios.
 to be one of three makers working on this round of craft and technology residencies. Whilst usually based around London and Brighton, Chloe relocated to Falmouth for the duration of the project to work in residence at autonomatic, a research cluster based in Falmouth University's Academy for Innovation and Research.
Catapulting Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel, Jekyll & Hyde, into the realms of the pervasive media experience. A short documentary film about interactive gaming company, Slingshot's collaboration with Cardiff Universities Anthony Mandal and REACT Books & Print Sandbox.
Directed, shot and edited by Drew Cox
Produced by The Watershed
drewcox.co.uk
Can we create travel writing that shrinks and stretches to match a journey? Taking train travel as a starting point, award winning agency Agant, author James Attlee and Fabrizio Nevola of Bath University will play in the fixed, linear space of the Bristol to London mainline, using smart phones and GPS to deliver a new literary form. Their prototype app will respond to the readers’ journey in real time, delivering elastic pacing, video, audio and new writing relevant to the train’s location.
A film by Drew Cox
Produced by Watershed
Short documentary film created for iSHED and The Watershed about artistic collaborators JUNEAU PROJECTS venture into working alongside drawing robots.
Directed,shot and edited by Drew Cox
Produced by The Wateshed
drewcox.co.uk
Short documentary film exploring the work of Geiger Muller Soundsystem, Mr Underwood and Timothy X Atack, exploring sonic art installations in the urban environment, during their studio residency at The Watershed.
Directed, shot and edited by Drew Cox
Produced by The Watershed
drewcox.co.uk