Domestic Science explore the science and data that surrounds us everyday. What is Domestic Science today? In the 70's this may have been how to cook well with some gender role assumptions included. In the 21st Century this could mean internet security and identity, how to play minecraft, understand economic growth, historic water levels or monitor air quality for dangers of fracking.
Most recently we're just starting our Interactive Non-Fiction project launched at Liverpool MakeFest and running from Saturday 8th - Saturday 15th July 2017 at Toxteth Library, Windsor Street, L8 1XF.
It's all about ways of using data available on the internet to make art through Text Adventure Games AKA Interactive Non-Fiction.
We've made special arcade cabinets with James Medd to house games and artworks made by Glenn Boulter, Ross Dalziel and Hwa Young Jung for the public to play and explore. It means you can play text based games in a social way without needing a laptop
There's a programme of workshops for families and in depth one day courses for artists
You can find out more here or click on the button below.