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1 This and other projects by Andi Watson can be found in the brilliant book by Christopher Scoates, ‘Bullet Proof… I wish I was: The Lighting and Stage Design of Andi Watson’ introduced by Thom Yorke. 2 Battles, Wales, 2007, United Visual Artists http://www. uva.co.uk/work/battles 3 See example projects: W Hotel, Leicester Square, London, 2010 (http://www.jasonbruges.com/projects/ uk-projects/showtime); Data Cloud, Dublin, 2009 (http:// www.jasonbruges.com/projects/international-projects/ data-cloud); 55 Baker Street, London, 2008 (http://www. jasonbruges.com/projects/uk-projects/55-baker-street) 4 See example projects: Snog Store, London, Chelsea (http://cinimodstudio.com/project/snog-chelsea/); Peru National Stadium, Lima, Peru (http://cinimodstudio.com/ project/peru-national-football-stadium/) 5 See example projects: Millenia Tower, Singapore, 2012 (http://www.magicmonkey.net/en/projects/MilleniaTow- erSingapore); AXA, Antwerp, 2003 6 See example projects: Audi PARIS, 2012 (http://kollision. dk/en/audi_paris), DI lights, Copenhagen, 2013 (http:// kollision.dk/en/IH) 7 UVA’s latest architectural installation is ‘Fragment’ in Dubai (http://www.uva.co.uk/work/fragment) 8 See example projects: ‘David Bowie is…’ exhibition at the V&A museum; Virgin new upper class (http:// www.dhadesigns.com/whatwedo.php?cat_id=1&subcat_ id=32&project_id=173) 9 David Hersey received the Tony award four times and designed the lighting for more than 250 plays in London and abroad (http://www.filmreference.com/film/0/Da- vid-Hersey.html). 10 See example projects: http://www.paulcocksedgestu- dio.com/en/ 11 See Philips lighting, chief lighting designer, Rogier Van der Heide, Tedx talk: http://www.ted.com/talks/rogier_ van_der_heide_why_light_needs_darkness.html 9 David Hersey, is one of the most important theatrical lighting designers, awarded with the Tony award four times, who designed the lighting for more than two hun- dred and fifty plays in London and abroad (http://www. filmreference.com/film/0/David-Hersey.html). 12 For an example see the work of graphic designer Boris Müller, particularly his computer generated posters (and processing) for ‘Poetry on the Road’ festival (http://www. esono.com/boris/projects/). 13 Grasshopper is a graphical algorithm editor plug-in for Rhinoceros (http://www.grasshopper3d.com/)


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