Finsbury Park Radiation Walk. London.
Date: Saturday 21 July 2012, 2-5pm
Venue: Furtherfield Gallery, McKenzie Pavilion
Public exploratory radiation walk around Finsbury Park, measuring mobile phone radiation levels and discovering what type of radiations we are exposed to on a daily basis. As we walk, we will unravel a parallel, hidden story of the local area along with technical data and possible medical effects of the radiation.
Participants will measure radiation levels, GPS positions and marked levels on a large map of the area, creating a collaborative artwork (poster sized map of local radiation) to be made available for display as part of the exhibition after the event.
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About the Artist
Dave Miller is a South London based artist and currently a Research Fellow in Augmented Reality at the University of Bedfordshire. Through his art practice Dave draws out the invisible forces that make life difficult. His work is about caring and being angry, as an artist. His art enables him to express feelings about the world, to attempt to explain things in a meaningful, yet subjective way, and makes complex information accessible. Recurrent themes in his work are: human stories, injustices, contentious issues and campaigning. Recently he's been very bothered by the financial crisis.
Finsbury Park Radiation Walk is part of Invisible Forces at Furtherfield Gallery.
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