Owls use their asymetric ears to monitor the world. Read what our curiousity radar has picked up!
Lovely curry with couscous.
Creative producer for ~Flow and musician with Winter North Atlantic.
Results from the iLog workshop as part of our new show at Bildmuseet Umeå
A selection of performing mechanical artworks
Mid-Penine Arts Director, Nick Hunt, caught interacting with our K-Scope at the opening!
Mid Pennine Arts and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council invite you to the launch of K-Scope, an installation by Owl Project
Saturday 16 March 2013 | 2-4pm | Turton Tower, Chapeltown Road, Turton
Now most af the parts are cut, the next couple days will be spent finsing, every detail needs a final sanding and oil. All the gears for the K-Scope, European Oak, CNC parts assembeled and glued,
Its made from 16 individual CNC machined made rim 'fillies' and 16 spokes, built on a 2 peice CNC machined Hub. fitted together with dowel plugs.
Drawings for the prototyype turbidatron
Even though water wheel technology is relatively primitive in comparison to our modern technology, designing an efficient water wheel is incredibly complicated.
Some images from the development of turbidatron
A prototype instrument by Oliver Milverton and Owl Project