RE-ND-ER-ED is dedicated to creating experimental art projects that are embodied both in physical and digital spaces. Our collaborative projects are focused on producing immersive experiences, that examine the intrinsic connection between the viewer, sound and form.
Toni is a Glasgow based artist and fashion designer graduating with a BA Hons in Fashion Design and Manufacture. On completion of study, Toni carried out several industry internships in London including Christopher Kane, Georgia Hardinge and London Fashion Week. This led to Toni embarking on her own womenswear fashion brand Saunt + Sinner which was part of Scotland’s first Fashion Foundry programme. The development of Saunt + Sinner led to collaborations and fashion technology and became the focus of her creative process.
In 2016 Toni worked under the Princes Foundation at Dumfries House as a lecturer in product production and took a lead role in providing opportunities of industry training.
Toni is currently a Fashion Technology Lecturer at Glasgow Clyde college and with 12 years multidisciplinary experience in creative design industries, Toni has for the past 5 years has co-founded RE-ND-ER-ED, an experimental and collaborative art-tech house.
Jamie started his career in TV, researching and producing a range of programmes for the BBC, Channel 4 and SKY before moving into producing digital projects with Tern Digital. He ran the online community and content channel Slabovia TV and developed and produced a number of games and online experiences for Channel 4. He is currently the Senior producer at ISO Design, one of Scotland’s leading production and software design studios.
Over the ten years Jamie has been with ISO, he has worked on and produced various projects from large scale museum installations and interactives, to films and web based projects.
Key projects include Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony, National Museum of Scotland MP3 Galleries, Historic Dockyard Chatham, Titanic Belfast and the ambitious online project The Gallery of Lost Art for Tate.
For the past 5 years he has co-founded RE—ND—ER—ED, an experimental and collaborative art-tech house.
Dan graduated from The Manchester School of Art in 2011 with a degree that spanned both theory and practice. He spent the proceeding years as a freelance VJ and animator, cultivating a well known reputation in the audio visual and multimedia arts community. Specialising in projection mapping he worked on a number of large scale events, from music festivals to theatre productions.
Dan is now based in Glasgow and working as senior designer at PlayDead. Dan’s own personal projects focus on exploring generative design with real-time visuals. He collaborates with fellow team members and artists to produce multimedia exhibitions, including a recent series of audio visual and VR installations for RE—ND—ER—ED.
Pawel Kudel – During his time at The Glasgow School of Art, Pawel took on professional roles in several extracurricular academic projects. Most notably he was one of the Visual Artists on “Dream on!”, Graham McLaren’s massive collaborative audio-visual performance created for Shakespeare Lives 2016. His 2017 honours degree project was an interactive installation made in collaboration with the Scottish Ballet as part of their Digital Season.
Pawel is currently based in Glasgow and is the R&D Technician at ISO Design, where he’s involved in developing and testing interactive exhibits for international clients. In his spare time he’s exploring creative coding and game design. In RE-ND-ER-ED projects he’s responsible for the technical details, as well as contributing to the multimedia work with his VR installations.