A short clip from the Disaster Unit set at this year's Splore festival.
Dj: Sticky Buds
Vj: The C6 Disaster Unit
Welcome to The Unfairground…That is, if a welcome is what you are expecting?
We are a side show, a perverse examination of the hopes and fears found in the worlds of traveling amusements. Something wicked this way comes as the unfairground rolls into town. Mutant dolls juggled by perverse clowns, a modern satirical take on amusement. Roll Up! Roll Up! For the strangest show on earth!
Flames of False Economy -The Big Chill
A fireside interactive situation examining the bureaucracies of exchange, commissioned by the Big Chill Festival 07, C6's yurt bank accompanied a lantern lit fireside lounge. As the kettle boiled on the fire those around the fire sipped their expensive (£2300) mint tea engaged in conversation.
Want & Need surveys the attending festival public. Holland was the fourth european country to participate in this ongoing work, situated by the bar and very popular, Want & Need canvassed a third of all festival goers. The exhibit was sadly censored on the sunday, apparently the wants and needs of the public were not fit for themselves. After much C6 battling the work was re-instigated.
Cremer St, shoreditch London
C6 return to London bringing with them Want & Need, currently touring Europe, their latest software release Echo, as well as the launch of the “DiY Survival” Handbook. A program of daily events sees collaborations, exhibits and shows by friends C6 have made upon their travels.
Norwegian west coast festival of numusic
A series of exhibits and installations in and around Tou Scene the venue for this years festival. Want & need, archive footage, the human ascii printer as well as the c6 disaster Unit providing visuals for Electrophant, Carl craig and others during this five day festival of headline names from the world of numusic.
Urban Olympics, Bristol.
For three days Bristol City was an Olympic arena for collaboration and competition. Collective maneuvers were a congregation of local and international cultural collectives, exploring universal urban architecture and furniture.
6 Peary Place, Bethnal Green, E2 London.
C6 and In.scet.corp's reply to the gentrification of the east end of London. Browse and bid online, visit the space and pick up treasured items. The event lasted three days and resulted in the emptying of the property from sinks to doors.