Well, last night went pretty well, though many lessons to learn. Namely that if you're doing essentially an exhibition style event, let the audience in slowly - the first ten fifteen minutes were a bit overwhelming for everyone and it took time for people to settle in. In fact, one person left after about ten / fifteen minutes, which is a shame, as once it settled everyone was really into the experience.
Frankly, I'm knackered now, so I'll leave you with the audience feedback and write a proper blog another day...
You Have Been Watching Audience Feedback
Really enjoyed ‘Off Grid’ + ‘Outsourced Memories’. Same interesting relevant ideas. Nice to see something a bit different at the Quay.
Attention to detail was very impressive. The atmosphere of the room was very overwhelming (in a positive way). Lots of information, we had to work hard to process each story – I really liked that.
I liked the touching – the physical human to human contact to initiate communication. GREAT to see laboratory type work at the Quay. Experiment and exploration.
I particularly liked the biohazard styling and my favourite exhibit was ‘Spam’.
I liked the visualisation of ‘Spam’. It was an ingenious way of doing it.
The layout and whole ambience was great. The performers were amazing 10 / 10. ‘Off Grid' was my favourite.