Festival for Playful Public Spaces


Welcome to the prosocialrulebreakingclub.
Would you like to break some rules with us?
We like breaking rules, especially when it comes to making art.
We consider our rule breaking to be pro-social.
We’re not suggesting you break all rules, we still think you should wait for the green man before you cross the road. That’s a good rule. Cars hurt. You can call it organisational misbehaviour if you like.
We call it fun.
Join us for our next meeting in Krakow.
You don't need to bring anything, just yourself and a dose of adventure.

How can we find collaborative ways to break societal rules?

Format: Workshop

  • October 05, 2014 12:00 – 13:30

Make and Do - Hilary O'Shaughnessy (IR)

www.facebook.com/pages/Make-and-Do/153488021368585 @playfairire

Make and Do's work sits at the intersection of technology, performance and design. They love to get people moving with technology in the real world. They have designed what they call outsider games for exhibitions, festivals and agencies including We-The Resistance, a hardware RFID based game of stealth for GAME at the Science Gallery and Run The World, a quantified-self inspired game about personal data for Dublin City Of Science. As Artist in Residence at Project Arts Centre, Make and Do will host Prototype, a festival of Playful Design and Interaction to showcase interactive work in new ways to new audiences in October 2014.