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Seth Honnor / Kaleider (UK)

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Seth Honnor is Artistic Director of Kaleider – a production studio based in Exeter that brings together artists, scientists, researchers and technologists who are trying to make the world a better place in pioneering and creative ways. Kaleider produces both Seth’s work and the work of Kaleider Residents.


Kaleider is a studio based in Exeter U.K. They bring people together to make extraordinary live experiences. They play with live performance, installation, and digital, often in spaces that aren’t designated arts spaces. They make their own work, produce work, commission new work and provide support for artists to develop, push boundaries and take risks with their ideas.

They host a number of Resident artists, researchers, scientists, creative technologists and young people. Kaleider Residents make up the core of a broader network of people, groups, and businesses with differing backgrounds but with a shared desire to turn and face some of the world’s great challenges. Often the work that comes out of Kaleider is playable, and tries to interrupt people in their everyday contexts.


Spotted by Norfolk & Norwich Festival

Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Partner

The United Kingdom (UK)


Member of IN SITU since 2011

Norfolk & Norwich Festival is the flagship arts festival for the East of England with a reputation for innovative and inspirational programming and commissioning. One of the big four UK international arts festivals, each May we transform and celebrate our city and  county through an internationally acclaimed programme of music, theatre, literature, visual arts, circus, dance and outdoor arts, enjoyed by over 75,000 people. 

The organisation has been an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation since April 2012 and is one of 10 Bridge Organisations with a mandate to develop arts and cultural opportunities for children and young people in the East of England.

Artistic Director : Daniel Brine
Head of production : Mark Denbigh