S.O.R. waves

March 25th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Just before the game… excitement and tension… and I’m going on the radio!!!
Mix of artists, musicians and poets talking anything and everything, with swine, super and svengali in it

THE FOUNDRY LATE LATE BREAKFAST SHOW

Friday 26 March 2010 broadcast live on RESONANCE 104.4FM
streamed live on http://www.resonancefm.com

S.O.R. Spring/Summer collection ’10

March 20th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

red model tshirt
You can only read this code if you get a t-shirt. You only get the t-shirt if you play the game. We still have some space for new recruits so get in touch!
play at speedofreaction dot com

Take a view on the city

March 10th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

SOR blogpost 100305
to piece this puzzle together you’ll need a QR code reader
http://www.speedofreaction.com/game/qr-codes

It’s difficult to make fish out of fish soup. The city can crumble into atoms and then re-code itself within seconds. People are lego toys, not the city!
Mark Allen (Property Regeneration Consultant, Shoreditch)

Whilst capital is international, rules are local. We’re facing an unhealthy moment in history where the city is an ever changing puzzle with unknown rules.
Joana Siegenberg (Pensioner, Whitechapel)

Economists have judged risk based on probabilities. The city is not mathematical, it’s a living organ that has (credit) crunched all of us.
Robert Pullman (Hedge Fund Mgr, Moorgate)

If I roll over surfaces I don’t understand, I might be faster than the city or I might fail. I might beat the curves, the spears and the voids. I take the risk.
Sorboots (Inline Skater, Homerton)

The same signs that tell us to fear, also tell us not to be afraid. Everything is possible if the soul is not small.
Dthe Postman (link to Dthe Postman in FB)

puzzling the Sandpit

February 26th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Team B – location 3 (winner photo), originally uploaded by speed of reaction.

Great first try of speed of reaction at the Sandpit last Monday. People enjoyed it and that was very rewarding! Also a few things to think about and tweak before the big final event on the 27th March.
Above, the winner for most creative photo!
The QR code message to be answered once captured and decoded was:
“You are in need of a new postcode system. Find a new code to use.”

Curious about S.O.R at the Sandpit?
Check it out on www.flickr.com/photos/speedofreaction
Sandpit at the Southbank: maps and territories

it all starts to make sense …

February 19th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

BOOM!The pieces start to come together… or do they?
S.O.R. press release 19 feb 10

The website says so, so it must be true…
More about where to be, when to go and who the nuts behind all this are.

Don’t forget the taster at Sandpit, Southbank on Feb 22nd!

SOR at The Foundry 6 April 2010

February 12th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink


The Foundry

a gallery, a music hub, a radio show, an icon of Shoreditch – the centre of London’s alternative art scene for over a decade and one of the areas of highest artist density in the world.
It’s a sign of the times: transformations, and S.O.R. is happy to be part of this journey holding the post-event exhibition in its vaults and bar area.
The east London art and music institution soon-to-be 18-storey hotel

Foundry will be SOR HQ and exhibition venue

February 10th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

The Foundry

It couldn’t be anywhere else.

The Foundry has been the centre of London’s alternative art scene for over a decade – www.foundry.tv

But is this east London iconic gallery soon being shifted out to make way for a hotel and retail complex? – http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/feb/03/foundry-gallery-set-to-close

S.O.R – speed of reaction – the game – is happening at the Foundry on 27 March 2010. If you are a competent skater and you want to play the game, get in touch with Dthe Postman on postman*at*speedofreaction*dot*com.

Or, you might be a big fan of games, technology and QR codes so why not experience S.O.R – speed of reaction – the exhibition – taking place at the Foundry from 6 April 2010.

S.O.R. taste it!

February 8th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink


Speed of Reaction Press Release 5 feb 10

If you don’t skate and can’t resist the idea of playing and seeing what it’s like, please come along to the tasty version at the Southbank Centre in London on Mon Feb 22nd, part of sandpit, the game lovers’ heaven. This will give you a glimpse of what we’re planning – for the full experience, you’d better come to the real thing. Sandpit will be a night full of games!

S.O.R. March 27th!

January 22nd, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink


Speed of Reaction Press Release 22 jan 10

What changes faster: you or the city? Play the game!

An interactive adventure throughout the streets of London.
Mobile phones, QR codes, roller skates, films and fast reactions help your team solve puzzles and push you to ask your own questions. » Read the rest of this entry «

speed of reaction [S.O.R.]

December 29th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink



is it a game? Is it art? is it a regeneration project? is it a puzzle? is it a letter from facebook? is it an encoded message? is it a new sport? is it a mission from Dthe Postman? Follow the clues!