About

Guy Schofield is an artist, researcher and musician based at the department of Theatre Film and Television at University of York.

“After completing an MFA at Newcastle University in 2001, I have worked as a freelance artist and designer, making work for (among others), galleries, games companies, festivals, record-labels and animation studios. Since 2008 I have also worked as a researcher in human computer interaction at Culture Lab, Newcastle and in 2014, completed a PhD in Computing Science. My thesis, entitled ‘Soundtrack-controlled Cinematographic  Systems’ explored controlling narrative films via musical performance and involved three collaborative projects culminating in live audio/visual performances.

As a lecturer in Image Processing, I teach Postproduction and Visual Effects techniques and design for interactive environments. My research currently focusses on participatory video technologies and low-budget film-making. I am also a co-founder of the Cinehack project. 
http://www.cinehack.com/

As an artist, my work has two main strands: narrative environments and the relationship of image to music in film and live AV performance. I make videos, sculpture, installations, performances and software.Until recently, I also made music and performances with Rachel Casey under the name The Turing Test. More about our work is here:
http://www.theturingtest.co.uk

This blog is about my solo and collaborative work and selected Turing Test projects.”

CONTACT: guypeterschofield@gmail.com

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