Anomalous Materials live set for Beta Public, Camden

I’ll present my project Anomalous Materials, in which I play music using the video game Half-Life but with all the sounds replaced with rave samples, at this event on Tuesday 8th October at Camden People’s Theatre.


Beta Public X
Tuesday 8th / Wednesday 9th October 2019
7pm – 10pm, £12/£10 (concession)
Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2PY

 

BETA PUBLIC is about:
New videogames and performance.
Experimenting, collaborating, and sharing awesome stuff.
Having a bit of an adventure.

At BETA PUBLIC you can:
Play AMAZING GAMES and chat to their developers.
Hear PROVOCATIVE TALKS and watch EXHILARATING PERFORMANCE.
Sit in the bar with your friends and HAVE A DRINK.

BETA PUBLIC is for:
Anyone curious about the cutting edge of play (like you).

(BETA PUBLIC is curated by Pat Ashe and Thomas Martin)

TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER

Chloe Mashiter – TBC
Jack Bradfield/Tom Martin – The Collection (a new game for audiences/play without actors.)

WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER

Graham Dunning – Anomalous Materials (a rave machine made out of Half-Life.)
Nat Norland – A Short Introduction to Game Theory (don’t worry it’s not a lecture.)
Jack Bradfield/Tom Martin – The Collection (a new game for audiences/play without actors.)

GAMES (both nights!)

Claire Carré – Already Been Chewed
Claire Kwong – Chromapose 
Oink Games- Void 
Sam Wong – Moments
Kalonica Quigley & Jason Bakker – Need 4e + 9 Speed 

16+

About the company

Thomas Martin is an award-winning theatre director. Pat Ashe is a video game producer and curator.   

Since 2013 they have run Beta Public, London’s only night of theatre and video games, including curating for the V&A’s September Lates.  

beta-public.com | @beta_public | #BetaPublicX

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