Horizon Blog

75. Patina

Like all physical objects, guitars acquire a patina over time; a distinctive pattern of wear and tear, and sometimes damage, that conveys their history. At five years of age, Carolan […]

74. Angels

Carolan has been out gigging, this time with the Phil Langran Band playing an unplugged show at the Canal Heritage Centre in Beeston. A full house but a real listening […]

The Eye as Witness

I’ve been working for a while now on the development of PhotoRealiserVR, a constituent part of The Eye As Witness, a new exhibition about victim photography created by the National […]

73. Turlough

It’s time to talk about Turlough. In spite of our guitar being named after the legendary Irish bard Turlough O’Carolan, and even though we’ve played his compositions (see Post 35 […]

ReEnTrust Research Update

EPSRC ReEnTrust is the follow-on project from UnBias, which works on rebuilding and enhancing trust in algorithms.  The project explores new technological solutions to enable platforms to regain user trust, […]