Lunchtime Talks happen most Fridays from 1-2pm at Kaleider (Bathurst House, EX1 1BN). They are free and very informal, so feel free to come along!
February 3rd, 1pm – J.R. Carpenter, The Gathering Cloud
“The Gathering Cloud” is a recent web-based work by J. R. Carpenter commissioned by NEoN Digital Arts Festival, Dundee, UK. This work aims to address the environmental impact of so-called ‘cloud’ computing by calling attention to the materiality of the clouds in the sky. Both are commonly perceived to be infinite resources, at once vast […]
February 17th, 1pm – Dr Jen Lea, Translating Body Knowledges
Information coming soon.
February 24th, 1pm – Ben Dunks & Emma McFarland
Are you robot ready? Whose reality will you enter in the new virtual worlds which await? As the impact of technological innovation rapidly accelerates, we invite you to help us create an inter-disciplinary creative organisation which supports human potential in the age of the machine. From declines in empathy and spatial memory function, the onset […]
March 3rd, 1pm – Pierrette Thomet Stott & Prof Peter Stott, Do you really even actually understand what I am saying?
What do we mean exactly when we talk about research, and creation, and making, and all these terms we all use to explain what we do in science and the arts? And is it really possible to bring scientists and artists together to work on common projects? Cross-disciplinary, multi-disciplinary, boundary-crossing – they are all the […]
March 10th, 1pm – Neville Morley, History, Politics and Truth
Historians – going right back to the ancient Greeks – have always claimed that studying the past is useful as well as interesting, a means of understanding the present and even anticipating future developments. There are plenty of questions about whether this is true (and, if so, how) – but at least history can be […]
All talks are free and take place at Bathurst House, Smythen Street, Exeter EX1 1BN.
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