16-25 Nov 2018

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Closed Forum Presents The Journey

Fri 16 – Sun 25 Nov, Available throughout the festival. Artist Talk 23 Nov, 6pm, Geeks Room CIC Unit 32, 3 Bramley Shopping Centre

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12Geeks Room CIC

Unit 32, 3 Bramley Shopping Centre, Leeds LS13 2ET

The Journey is an interactive experience that takes place on your mobile phone. It leads you on a trip (by bus) around Leeds. The path of your journey, the story told and the end are determined by your decisions and interactions. Made by artist Matt Allen, The Journey looks at the history of Leeds, the impact that people can have on the world and the anxiety that can be caused by it. 

The Journey is first of a series of interactive artworks created by Leeds-based artist Matt Allen. The Journey is hosted on a website and an audience is able to access it at any time, from any place, but to participate in The Journey you have to travel around the city of Leeds as the narrative unfolds. The story is written in html code, to create branching pathways where the participants decisions change the narrative based on pre-written texts by the author.

Currently it is in open beta, which means that anyone can access it and try it out right now! But it also means that it is still being developed and changed, new ideas and interactions are being added to it. Matt would love you to try it out and then give him your feedback.

For November, Matt will create a new version, one that only takes you to Bramley, LS13 Leeds and explores the local area and its history.

As part of Compass Festival, you can meet Matt Allen on 23 Nov to discuss the project and give him your feedback. You'll need to book a place for the artist talk using the form above.

Try The Journey at closedforum.co.uk

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  • Fri 16 Nov

    Crowd of Favours

6pm

Closed Forum PresentsThe Journey

  • Fri 16 – Sun 25 Nov

    Geeks Room CIC

Available throughout the festival. Artist Talk 23 Nov, 6pm, Geeks Room CIC Unit 32, 3 Bramley Shopping Centre

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  • Fri 16 – Sun 25 Nov

    Crowd of Favours

daily
Launch event: Fri 16 Nov, 7pm
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  • Sat 17 Nov

    Leeds Art Gallery

Film screening, 3pm | (45mins followed by Q&A)

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  • Sat 17 – Sat 24 Nov

    Leeds Town Hall

Exhibition 17-24 Nov
12pm-5pm
Day of live court hearings Sat 24 Nov, 1pm-6.30pm

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  • Sat 17 – Sun 25 Nov

    St. Peter’s Mount

Open all day

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  • Seacroft | Beeston | Gipton | Bramley | Holbeck | Woodhouse | Leeds City Square

Neighbourhood Voting: Mon 19 – Fri 23 Nov
City Centre Exhibition: Sat 24 Nov, 12pm - 7pm. Artist talk 4pm, FREE

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  • Thu 22 Nov

    North Star Coffee Roastery

Doors and food 6.30pm. Film screening 7pm (80mins)

Sarah Caputo & Brenda Unwin1000 Handshakes

  • Thu 22 – Sat 24 Nov

    Leeds City Bus Station

10am-7pm, FREE

Debbie Kent & Alisa OlevaThe Demolition Project

  • Fri 23 – Sat 24 Nov

    Leeds Kirkgate Market

10am - 4pm, Artist talk Sat 24 Nov, 4pm

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  • Fri 23 – Sun 25 Nov

    Leeds Dock (outside Primal Gym)

1pm-9pm | Bring your own towel or borrow one of ours. Changing rooms, lockers and showers are available., FREE

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  • Sat 24 – Sun 25 Nov

    Leeds Dock

Hourly sailings between 12-8pm

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  • Sun 25 Nov

    Live Art Bistro

11am–1pm

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