Making immersive & interactive experiences for young audiences

Installation art & performance design studio


Our designs are playful, sensory and interactive. We combine sensing technologies with crafts.

Our work considers the whole audience experience and how we can encourage interactivity and play, using all the senses to achieve an immersive experience. We specialise in making tangible interfaces that seamlessly combine traditional craft techniques with interactive technologies. 


Outdoor Adventures

We are super excited to be starting a series of creative play sessions for children 0-4 years at Hyson Green library, Nottingham every Monday Morning in June 2022.

Liz Clark from Turn on its Head and Roma Patel from Makers of Imaginary Worlds have planned a FREE fun-filled exploration of nature, music, and movement. Come and have a sensory adventure with us, create special memories, and get great ideas for playing at home and outdoors.

Research shows that “children that engage in activities outside… are involved in more active play, have higher levels of physical activity and that this “contribute(s) significantly to children’s health”. Mackett/Paskins (2005).

Join us to create indoor and outdoors sensory learning experiences for your child.

“The interaction with light and music. I also like how you can feel the different textures of the coral. My daughters came on Saturday with my husband and I came back today and she showed me everything and how it worked.”

Parent feedback, Coral Garden, Feb 2020

Our services

What we do

We specialise in all types of art installation from small scale design in libraries to much larger performance /gallery spaces.


Our touring installations and performances are places of wonder to explore. They are accompanied by learning resource activity packs. Using the latest technologies we also make bespoke immersive experiences for arts organisations.


Our arts & craft workshops for early years can take place virtually or in person. We do STEAM workshops  for children under 10 years old. Our Create@home series of arts and crafts activities and learning  resource packs connects to the themes in our installations. 

The Gift

Storytelling is one of the greatest gifts that parents can give a child. In January 2021 we launched a free storytelling resource to support anyone who tells live stories to children. It contains videos, lots of tips, printable guides and digital tools to get you started on your own storytelling adventures!

Supported by Small Steps Big Changes.


Take Part 



 We have searched the web high and low to put together some great visual online music and craft activities to help families discover the fun in making music and crafting simple instruments. This was first developed for Virtual Oxjam (VOxjam) Summer Music Festival  streamed online from gardens, flats and houses.

Undiscovered Island Resource

The learning resource booklet is created especially for parents, primary school teachers, and creative practitioners. It is designed to inspire children’s creative imagination and increase their connections to the natural world.. Installation opened in summer 2021 supported by Arts Council UK, Lakeside Arts, EPRC and Mixed Reality Lab.

Thingamabobas Learning Resource

 We developed this  learning resource for our Thingamabobas installation. The resource draws upon design thinking and tinkering.It is targeted at children aged between 6 to11 and contain step by step instructions as well as activity sheets to help children draw and write about their ideas and  what they have made.We tested the resource with schools in UK and Hong Kong.

Contact us

Interested in commissioning a design, hiring an installation or running workshops for an event? We can help you. Our diverse team of artists have a wealth of experience working in the arts, making site specfic work and researching the most approriate technologies and materials for the job. Our most resent installation for Families in 2022, HOME:Zero was commission by  Nesta and National Gallery X (The National Gallery and King’s College London)

Contact us with any questions or queries.


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