Cornerhouse is moving. And to mark the occasion, we invite you to share a special moment, favourite memory, unforgettable experience, event, film or exhibition - or to simply say farewell.
From an awkward first date in the bar to getting covered in paint in Gallery 3, through to witnessing a massive argument about auteur film; whatever role Cornerhouse has played in your life, we want to hear it!
Leave your message and Cornerhouse Scribbler will write it out for you. Messages will be displayed in our building until it closes and then taken to HOME to infuse the new venue with the spirit of Cornerhouse audiences
Thanks! Your message is in the queue and will be printed shortly. Stick around to see it come to life.
Q. What is this crazy contraption?
A. It's a machine that prints out real copies of messages and tweets for display in Cornerhouse, Manchester (UK).
Q. What happens once the message is printed?
A. Your lovely message will be displayed for all to read in Cornerhouse.
Q. I can't see the feed!
A. The feed is online between 11:00 - 22:00 (GMT) every day
Q. Will my email address be added to evil spam lists?
A. No, we will not share your data with anybody. We probably won't get in touch at all but if we do it will only be for the following:
Q. I have another question, how do I get an answer?
A. Just drop an email to email@example.com and she'll get back to you as soon as possible
Q. Can I leave a message for a friend?
A. Of course!
Q. What if I have a longer story I want to share?
A. Scribbler is but a machine and can only write so much. So email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see if we can find a better space for it
Q. Can I leave a message anonymously?
A. Yes but you need to provide a pseudonym for your signature as it will be displayed on the message. If you want it to be anonymous then just type "Anonymous"
Q. what happens to my message when you move?
A. The message will be gathered in a little contraption and placed somewhere in HOME to infuse the new venue with the spirit of Cornerhouse audiences. Plus we may have a little something for you at the end, watch this space...
Cornerhouse Scribbler was concepted and created by Studio Audience, with help from model-maker Danielle Spinks, developer Rick Ogden, cabinetmaker Tom Antell, electronics guru Bob Clough, Arduino advisers Andy + Matthew Coomber, Madlab Manchester, and of course the wonderful people at Cornerhouse Manchester. Thanks guys.
Cornerhouse is closed at this time so Scribbler is having a snooze. You can still submit your messages, they will be printed in the morning when we open.