Hello, my name is
Robert Walton
I am an artist, educator and writer.
2020

This year I’m the Resident Artist in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. I’m working on a Child of Now prototype in collaboration with Arts Centre Melbourne and The Heart, a major new digital artwork for Melbourne Connect.

Future

Friday 4 December – Exhuming Exhuming Johnny – NEXUS – Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

SACRIFICE a new interactive installation combining swarm robotics, ancient standing stones and performance with Melbourne Flight Lab and Swarm Robotics Team.

Squid-inspired lighting: the functional bio-bulb creating the world’s first “functional bio-bulb” – a light that works using bioluminescence with biomedical engineer Matt Faria and mathematical biologist Stuart Johnson.

Exhuming Exhuming Johnny live stream today!
Friday 4 DEC 2020 Time: Glasgow 13:00 | Chicago 07:00 | Los Angeles 05:00 | Melbourne 24:00 (midnight) FREE!
Details in link. Tune in! https://t.co/Vy0IiyDZq9

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Vanitas

Vanitas

App, Current, Mixed Reality (MR), Mobile, Original, Show, Technology, Transmedia

In Development

The Heart

The Heart

In Development, Mixed Reality (MR), Original, Own Work, Technology
Child of Now

Child of Now

AR, In Development, Mixed Reality (MR), Mobile, Original, Own Work, Performance, Show, Technology, VR

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The Heart

The Heart

In Development, Mixed Reality (MR), Original, Own Work, Technology
Child of Now

Child of Now

AR, In Development, Mixed Reality (MR), Mobile, Original, Own Work, Performance, Show, Technology, VR
Vanitas

Vanitas

App, Current, Mixed Reality (MR), Mobile, Original, Show, Technology, Transmedia

Robert Walton’s production attains the fluid potency of a fever-dream 
– The Age

A spine-tingling encounter
– The Guardian

The world’s first piece of iPad theatre. Eerie, unsettling and very, very clever.
– The Independent

An original and talented thinker and theatre-maker
– The Times

A wholly new theatrical experience
– The List

A brand new way of looking at the world
–  The Stage