10 episodes

non zero one make interactive experiences where you, the participant, are vital. As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode.

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non zero one make interactive experiences where you, the participant, are vital. As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode.

www.nonzeroone.com

    10: Dark to Light

    10: Dark to Light

    Meet Dave: autobiography writer, reluctant optimist, and mini-religion-starter. Here's how our paths came to cross...

    In October 2021, nearly a year and a half after our participatory artwork DAWNS took place, we got an email from someone who had taken part.

    • 18 min
    9: DAWNS Special – the making of

    9: DAWNS Special – the making of

    It's a SPECIAL episode of the non zero one podcast this time around, as this has nothing to do with the last 10 years at all! It's about DAWNS, the mass-participation, live-music, daylight-welcoming extravaganza that over 7,000 people took part in on 16 May 2020.

    • 33 min
    8: “What does interactive mean?”

    8: “What does interactive mean?”

    Annie Reilly, Head of Producing at the National Trust, commissioned put her forward in 2018 and asks, “What does interactive mean?”

    It’s the big one. In this episode we face the question that occupies a thousand PhDs.

    • 18 min
    7: “What tools, structures and personal qualities support you in collaborating?”

    7: “What tools, structures and personal qualities support you in collaborating?”

    Dr Emma Brodzinski, a Senior Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London, introduced us to the work of some of our biggest theatre influences, before non zero one even existed. Emma asks, “What tools / structures / personal qualities have supported and enabled you to collaborate as a group of 6, 5, 4, 3 or 2?”

    This episode brings up the question that has never gone away: how should we organise ourselves? We remain a company of artists first and foremost, and it’s a challenge to find structures that make space for everybody’s opinions, ideas and desires.

    • 21 min
    6: “How have your jobs in theatre influenced your work at non zero one?”

    6: “How have your jobs in theatre influenced your work at non zero one?”

    Lyn Gardner is one of UK’s foremost theatre critics and an Associate Editor of The Stage. Lyn reviewed 'would like to meet' in 2010 and asks, “How have your individual jobs in British theatre influenced your work at non zero one?”

    Like many people in theatre, everyone at non zero one has other jobs – this is what allows the company to work in the way that it does.

    • 19 min
    5: “Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?”

    5: “Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?”

    Sheila Ghelani, artist, maker and collaborator with non zero one on 'take-hold' (2018) and 'let’s take a walk' (2016) asks, “Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?”

    In this episode we talk about some of the individuals, companies (there are a lot) and experiences that have changed our perceptions of what we can do, and what we should do.

    • 21 min

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