I've talked to a couple of people about doing a live internet telescope
with spinning cubes of doom etc.
I've just been to the 3space place on oxford street and unfortunatly it's
not available until the new year, so unless somewhere else thats suitable
is available before christmas i'll put it off until next year.
> but theyre open to us doing it though?
I think so, in fairly broad terms. (I havn't had a reply to my application
and so turned up unannounced, i couldn't speak to the applications
person(s), but the guy i talked to seemed interested. The Oxford street
site didn't have running water, and needed some major redecoration and
having partitions stripped out, also as a condition of their lease they
arn't allowed to put phone lines in!
Additionally they don't want 'open door' public access, we'd have to
have someone on the door escorting people up and down and/or to buzz
I think it would be more realistic to find some cheap or free gallery
space somewhere, any ideas anyone?
On Nov 18, 2:06 pm, Sam Cook <sam.lindenrat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That's why I was suggesting maybe a little pod running off a nanode or