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Invisible Flock and Quicksand present a new iteration of Duet, a multi-platform digital art project about making connections, and finding space in our daily lives for expression and reflection. As part of Test Sites: Calder, this interactive installation explores communities’ relationship with the river Calder by inviting them to exchange snippets of their daily life by answering one question a day for the 31 days of May.
In the Calder Valley Duet virtually connects multiple voices from the communities who live along the river Calder, producing a choral and amplified perspective on the role that the river plays within local ecology of the valley.
As part of our ongoing body of work, Hold, we are currently working with two Dementia Peer Support groups in Leeds, running a series of interactive art workshops. Developing artworks shown in our Remote Contact exhibition in 2018, we are using technology to digitally enhance craft activities with the Art Group, as well as collecting and mapping data via a pair of interactive gloves during the Walking Group’s weekly meetings.