On May 27 2015, Exeter PhD candidate and digital artist Richard Carter will be presenting examples of his latest art work and conducting a talk on the thinking behind their creation. Richard's creative practice involves computer encoding written messages into intricate visual patterns, producing images that explore the structures and processes underpinning our contemporary digital environment.
In his talk, Richard will discuss how he is seeking to not only open up new perspectives on technologies that are continually reshaping how we perceive and engage with the world around us, but to demonstrate how artistic practices can function as significant tools of academic research.
All are warmly welcome to attend this event, which offers an interdisciplinary meditation on the relations between science, technology, and art.
Event itself, 16.00-18.00pm Queens MR1
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