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Interact Archive

The Interact Archive is a work-in-progress based around Sean Clark's collection of multimedia materials dating from the early 1990s to the present day. It contains digital assets, such as websites (starting with his first website in 1993), photographs and videos (which are fairly well-sorted and listed here) as well as books, magazines, prints and other artworks, CD-ROMs, VHSs, DVDs and objects (which are not yet very well catalogued).

The focus of the archive is broadly digital art, 1990s cyberculture and early internet/web in the UK. It also specifically documents Sean Clark's work, digital arts and digital making in Leicester and Leicester music scene in the 2000s. Not yet catalogued at all is a collection of Punk art, and assorted artefacts from the early eras of computing. Recent 'Locative Media' projects in Leicester are also being prepared to addition to the archive in the future.

The archive started to started to take shape in the late 2000s when it was realised that, firstly, despite what people often think, things on the Internet don't last for ever and it takes effort to maintain a coherent collection of websites and digital materials. And secondly, that all of the CD-ROMs, VHSs and things sitting in Sean's studio might one day have some historical value and be of interest to other people.

The Interact Archive will eventually form part of the Computer Arts Archive.

Pictures on Flickr

YouTube Videos (2000 - )

Interact Labs (2013 - )

Resonance: Patterns of Connection (2017)

Cyberculture (2017)

Computer Arts Society Leicester (2012 - 2016)

DMU IOCT (2008 - 2014)

Locative Media (2009 - )

  • CQApp (2015 - )
  • (2009 - )
  • (2013 - 2015)
  • (2012)
  • (2008)

Ernest Edmonds Exhibition (2017)

A Cybernetic Ecology Exhibition (2016)

Flown (2016)

Microworld Leicester Exhibition (2016)

The Art of Crass Exhibition (2016)

Art.CHI (2015-2017)

Computer Drawing Exhibition (2015)

Interact Exhibition (2014)

Phoenix Digital Art Archive (2009 - 2015)

Bring Your Own Beamer (2012 - 2013)

The international grass-roots digital arts event Bring Your Own Beamer first came to Leicester in August 2012 at Fabrika. Interact Labs supported another event on the 12th October 2013.

Intuition and Ingenuity (2012)

The Intuition and Ingenuity exhibition of artwork inspired by the work of Alan Turing spent a month at Phoenix in Leicester between 8th October and 9th November 2012.

Symbiotic (2012)

For this exhibition London-based art group Genetic Moo and Leicester digital artist Sean Clark created a collection of digital artworks that were designed to interact with each other as well as their human visitors.

The Interact Gallery (2011 - 2012)

The Interact Gallery was Leicester's first and only dedicated digital art gallery. It ran for just over a year and exhibited a range of digital artworks, and well as hosting live events.

Memory Mirror (2011)

Memory Mirror is an interactive artwork that changes between "playback" and "record" modes, depending on the users' movements - gradually building up a memory of its environment over time.

Stench (2009 - 2011)

Stench was an online and offline community for people interested in live music, experimental arts and innovative performance.

Pineapster (2001 - 2012)

Pineapster was an online music community created by Cuttlefish Multimedia that was active from 2001 until around 2012. Although open to all East Midlands bands, it was particularly popular in Leicester and for many years was effectively the Internet home of the Leicester music scene.

Nemeton (1995 - 1999)

In the mid and late 1990s Nemeton was the on-line home of The Shamen. During the Website's active years it saw many Internet firsts, from the first on-line album and single releases to Webcasts and interactive interviews.


Some of the early internet books, CD-ROMs, magazines and computer history objects in the archive have been documented. Much more work needs to be done to produce a definitive archive.


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