The first of three blog posts by Carlos Izsak about the Read:Code:Make programme, a collaboration between Surrey Library Service (Digital Department), artists and makers (including Artefacto), is now available.
Find out how how the project came together and meet the artists and makers participating.
The aim of Read:Code:Make from Surrey Libraries was to bring three established artists and two digital technology experts or ‘makers’ to develop artworks with a digital twist. The library and books from the library are starting points for artwork development which will then be interpreted into interactive art pieces to be displayed in Guildford library during the Surrey Artists’ Open Studios (SAOS) summer programme and then toured around other Surrey libraries.
Read the full article on the Guildford Makerspace blog.