Unix Time is an artwork that exists as an iOS app which can be installed on an iPhone or iPad: http://www.alistairmcclymont.com/artwork/unix-time
Make/Shift is this year’s collaborative project between musicians from the Guildhall School and design students on the MA Graphic Communication Design programme at Central Saint Martins, UAL. The project is run by the MAP-making collective.
Worked alongside the students and staff to help create the show at the Barbican.
I've helped create a number of Simon Patterson works to date. These have predominantly focused on using digital manipulation skills to provide masks and other tools to enable Patterson to then manually create the work.
I fabricated sections of Metro: Art at Velocity, Lance Wyman and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Bloomberg Space.
My role was predominantly in interpreting Lance Wyman's original drawings and helping to realise the metal fabrication that was needed for the show.
I designed and developed the 2014 launch of Friday Afternoons for the 100th anniversary of Britten at Aldeburgh. The website coordinated a large number of live performances by schools around the world, it featured in a number of articles including having an embedded app on the Guardian website.
Working with AVCO I developed the back end for NMC Recordings primarily using Drupal
Working with AVCO I developed the Drupal based website for the London Sinfonietta