The #BloomsburyFest 2013 interviews: Mike Falkner and Matthias Kispert, D-fuse

D-FuseIn the run-up to #BloomsburyFest 2013, we are sharing a series of blog posts offering a sneak peak at this year’s line-up of performances, events, talks and workshops hosted by the School of Advanced Study.

In this post we introduce Mike Falkner and Matthias Kispert from D-fuse, an art collaborative working to discuss environmental issues through light and sound installations. This year, at Bloomsbury, D-fuse will be converting Senate House’s Deller Hall into a show exploring issues of gas fracking and extreme energy.

Get in touch with us on @SASNews and on our Facebook page. You can also follow our progress via the project blog. If you would like to volunteer to staff the Ministry of Communication (as tour guides, greeters, etc (please contact michael.eades@sas.ac.uk).

The Bloomsbury Festival runs from October 15-20, 2013. The full schedule of events at the School of Advanced Study is available here. We are also running a series of exciting competitions in October. Follow us on @SASNews for festival news and updates.

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