As well as all of your festival tweets (please excuse the bots!) and Instagram sharing, FutureEverything 2016 was also featured in a number of articles, with a keen spotlight on Project Ukko. Explore some of our press coverage below!

FutureEverything 2016

‘The enthusiastic spirit of collaboration fostered by FutureEverything transcended each event and sparked conversations between practitioners from a variety of different fields, who gave each other new perspectives through which to consider their own work.’
Alex King, Furtherfield – Festival Review: FutureEverything (April 19, 2016)

BBC 6 Music News – Interview with Drew Hemment. (Feb, 2016)

Manchester Evening News – Festival Highlights (March 15, 2016)

The Quietus – Gazelle Twin (March 8, 2016)

Creative Tourist – Top 5 FutureEverything Highlights (March 21, 2016)

Manchester Wire – Top Three: FutureEverything (March 29, 2016)

“Arguably the magnum opus of FutureEverything — a sold-out world premiere by Gazelle Twin entitled Kingdom Come — was even more strange and glorious than expected.” Vanessa Wheeler, Double Negative  (April 15, 2016)

Guardian Tech Weekly – How tech is tackling global problems (March 30, 2016)

Huck Magazine – Five Things we learned from Assemble collective (April 7, 2016)

The Skinny – FutureEverything review: Experiments in Art (April 11, 2016)

Project Ukko

“What is truly impressive about the visualization, however, is the skillful consolidation of many dimensions of data. ”
Scientific American – The Data, my dear, is blowing in the wind (Feb 17, 2016)

“…a clever interpretation of highly-technical information”
Wired – Project Ukko Is a Clever Way to Visualize the Complexities of Wind (Feb 18, 2016)

The Creators Project – Predict Winds to Come with a Climate Data Visualization Tool  (March 16, 2016)

BBC Click: Project Ukko (March 30, 2016)

Huffington Post – What can a technologist do about climate change? (April 18, 2016)