We think of our interactive works as creatures, programmed to respond to the audience, the space and to each other
Microworlds work as immersive environments, as open play spaces and even as somewhere you can learn how to code
Engaging with the public through talks, demos, drop-ins and free workshops for all ages and abilities
A dark space, wifi, and an audience who wants to engage with digital art making.
Microworlds use everyday technology, and are simple to run and install
“Genetic Moo conjure up magical interactive play spaces to engage their audience in fresh and innovative ways.” Carla Rapoport, Director & Founder Lumen Prize
Microworld is supported by: