• 14th-16th September: three days of games and play on London’s South Bank
  • 17th September: "Playing In Public", the Hide&Seek Weekender Conference

Technology for public spaces – an insider’s guide

Clare Reddington

“Help. The laptop just crashed… The GPS disappeared… The instructions aren’t clear… And it’s raining”

From located media apps and tours to large scale performance, Clare Reddington commissions and supports artists and creatives who make technology-driven playable experiences. Which is both nail-biting and joyful.

Drawing on eight years as director of the Pervasive Media Studio, Clare will offer a frank and illuminating guide to the dos and don’ts of commissioning and developing technology for public spaces.

Clare Reddington

Clare is director of iShed, a subsidiary of Watershed, and The Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed’s multi-disciplinary research lab. She works with industry, academic and creative partners to develop talent, share knowledge and produce collaborative research projects in the creative technology space. Projects include the R&D investment schemes Media Sandbox and

Monday 17th September

Queen Elizabeth Hall