Dave Lynch's residency investigates how mechanical devices can create playful and meaningful interactions with the world around us through pedal-powered time travel, fire-breathing robots, and mind controlled pedal-power.
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Juliana’s Bike Artist Residency


During 2013, Dave Lynch explores the potential of pedal power processes though cross-disciplinary research, design and play. Working with scientists, engineers, designers and makers the research investigates how mechanical devices can create playful and meaningful interactions with the world around us and includes pedal-powered time travel, fire-breathing robots, and mind controlled pedal power. The aim is to create a large-scale installation for the 2014 Tour de France and its development can be followed via his blog.

Dave Lynch is an artist, director & inventor working internationally with interactive installation, moving image and projection. This year his work featured on wired.co.uk, and in the New York Times. His upcoming Project Nimbus is the exploration of digital and analogue techniques to project moving images onto clouds from the ground, sea level and aircraft including planes, para-gliders & hot air balloons. It debuts in the New Scientist in 2013.

To follow what the Juliana’s Bike artist in residence Dave Lynch is doing, you can visit the Juliana’s Bike Artist Residency Blog