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SDNA

– We are a creative studio based in London producing distinctive digital artwork using cutting edge technology.

Selected Works

A series of documentary films following in microscopic detail, the brilliant and specialist work of technicians and specialists working round the clock to enable the latest biomedical innovations.

An interactive audio visual installation celebrating the imagination and the achievements of humans living at the end of the Ice Age.

Audio-visual installations both unsettling and fascinating, to entice viewers into the Venom:Killer and Cure exhibition

An exhibition of interactive audio-visual works celebrating the fascinating life stories and journeys of the community living in and around Christ Church in Clapham.

Digital portraits and films celebrating the lives of older residents in Winchester and Corby.

Engaging long-term hospital patients with chronic conditions in a series of Virtual Reality workshops.

A journey into the silence of Thelonious Monk

A lighting installation for the renowned Japanese restaurant Sake no Hana, celebrating ‘Sakura’ - the traditional Japanese cherry blossom season.

A workshop designed to stimulate children's imagination while acquiring skills in fine art, film making, animation and creative writing.

Holograms, projections, soundscapes and lighting effects transforming the museum’s Victorian Natural History Gallery.

Evocative images inspired by the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice, taking place in the Victorian Gothic Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park.

Animating the streets of Braam in Johannesburg, using site-specific video projections.

A quirky trail of insects, spiders and underwater creatures projected within a forest.

A multi-screen video installation inspired by the eccentric characters in Alice in Wonderland.

A magical performance celebrating that special time of day.

A live audio-visual extravaganza in collaboration with the World Jazz Ensemble of England and young Hackney residents.

Transforming the exterior of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, using lighting, sound and video mapping.

An immersive audio visual installation inspired by Alice’s surreal experience down the rabbit hole, giving a short glimpse of the fantastic imaginary worlds of Wonderland.

A performance using dance, sound and digital media to explore vulnerability and challenge conventional representations of beauty.

A site-specific video installation exploring the fictional story of ‘Estella Wailes’ and her enduring connection to Saltwell Park.

Explored the global issue of youth homelessness through the philosophy of football.

Critically acclaimed and unique visuals created for artists including Steven Isserlis and The London Contemporary Orchestra for Ron Arad’s Curtain Call - a 360° interactive installation. 

The biggest dance project to have ever taken place in Worcestershire. From community classes to spectacular outdoor events, 12 Moves got Worcestershire dancing.

A live audio-visual stage performance developed from meditations on paper and conceived and designed by SDNA in collaboration with Ticonzero.

An experimental collaborative project by SDNA, combining audio, video art, visual performance and live installation.

A theatrical performance exploring the relationship between video, sound, theatre and new technologies.

An artistic exploration of the incandescent light bulb, from its birth 130 years ago to its impending extinction.

Alice in Sunderland -Permanent projected artworks inspired by the White Rabbit’s pocket watch   – In September 2009 ...

Hackney Central Public Art Strategy Taking a fresh and innovative approach to public art throughout Hackney Central   ...

The Keeper’s Gate – A mystical portal to the Enchanted Park, inviting visitors to step through the gateway, ...

Creaturae Aquae – a real–world interactive installation inspired by the quirky collections of the Victorians. Commissioned by DanceFest ...

World Stories: Young Voices – An exciting residency at Brighton Museum. culminating in interactive, colourful displays that integrated ...

The Dark Side of Love – an intense and atmospheric experience featuring scenes from Hamlet, Othello and Romeo ...

A multimedia production combining dance, live music and projections.

A theatrical lecture incorporating neuroscientific research on the impact of violence on the brain and the effect of mindfulness as a potential coping strategy.

An immersive adaptation of Hamlet in collaboration with artists from Israel and Britain.