Malcolm Buchanan-Dick was sculptor and artist in residence throughout the exhibition combining a site-specific installation with virtual environments. His church organ pipe sculptures could be activated through the touch screen, creating a striking relationship between the sculptural and computer environments. He developed his work in response to feedback from Fabrica visitors.
Buchanan-Dick also incorporated commissions by Kevin Carey, a poet and music critic who composed a multimedia piece for the touch screen based on his poem Anyway. Alongside this, painter David Rees combined painting with interactive film-making and writing. Screenplay showcased two interactive films created for the touch screen: Scratch – for lovers of video art and sufferers of synthetic fabrics and Poke – shot on the streets of Brighton and allowing a glimpse at the way others may see us.