Pip Greasley is a composer and sonic artist. His works include the
ground breaking 5K Pursuit Opera (1992) for Channel 4 Television - the
first truly interactive electronic music work where racing pursuit
cyclists could drive the score and libretto for an operatic performance
in real time. Other works include the opera video installation The Last
Broadcast, a sensory environment whereby live singers interact with
their robotic counterparts.
He is Senior Lecturer in Sonic Arts & Sound Design at De Montfort
Alec Robertson's experience has been focused on innovation research, industrial and information
design, with research interests including dissemination problems of design research; conceptual
modelling for design innovation forecasting, and 4D Design. He has organised several design & research conferences and events, including
"4D Dynamics" in 1995. The website Cyberbridge-4D at http://www.dmu.ac.uk/4dd/, includes some archives of these
He is a Principal Lecturer within the Design Innovation and graphic communication at De Montfort Unniversity.
Poster design by Harbinder Ahir
(Diagram by Alec Robertson)
BA Graphic Design, De Montfort University
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