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The Memory of Theatre team will begin blogging here in April, when their project starts. In the mean time, here is some more about them:

The Memory of Theatre team will begin blogging here in April, when their project starts. In the mean time, here is some more about them:

Paul Clarke is a Lecturer in Performance at University of Bristol. From 2008-2010 he was the Research Fellow on Performing the Archive: the Future of the Past, hosted by University of Bristol's Live Art Archives and Arnolfini archive. Paul also directs Bristol-based theatre company Uninvited Guests and a member of the Performance Re-enactment Society (PRS).

Tom Morris is Artistic Director of Bristol Old Vic and has been Associate Director of the National Theatre since 2004. He was the Artistic Director of Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) from 1995 to 2004. Productions for Bristol Old Vic include Juliet and her Romeo, and Swallows and Amazons, which is touring nationally. He co-directed War Horse which transferred to the West End and Broadway, winning 5 Tony Awards, and is currently directing John Adams’ Death of Klinghoffer for the ENO.

Pyxis Design was originally established to design and build prototype devices for the University of Bristol, the Equator IRC and for HPLabs. They specialise in indoor positioning systems, pervasive and wearable computing.  As well as participating in related arts festivals, they have presented our work at many international conferences both as published papers and demonstrations.

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