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¬glitching @ ACM Creativity & Cognition Glasgow

28 Oct

The Glitching installation was shown at the ACM Creativity & Cognition Conference, in Glasgow, June 2015, as part of the Art Exhibition, within the very lovely gymnasium space of Glasgow College’s, Charles Oakley Building. Glitching was shown alongside a great programme of artworks including fellow Circle members Lauren Hayes, and Dave Murray-Rust and Rocio von Jungenfeld.

Glitching @ ACM Creativity & Cognition, Glasgow 2015

Glitching @ ACM Creativity & Cognition, Glasgow 2015

More info at: http://cc15.cityofglasgowcollege.ac.uk/content/art-exhibition

 

¬glitching +On Collaboration II Symposium

15 May

Symposium ‘On Collaboration II’
Sat 18th May 2013
Middlesex University, Hendon, London

The Glitching installation will feature in the ‘On Collaboration II’ symposium, organised by The Performing Arts Department at Middlesex University, London on Sat 18th May. The symposium has a great line up including keynotes from Simon Murray, Rosemary Butcher and Susan Melrose. See the symposium blog for more detail and how to register http://mdxoncollaboration.blogspot.co.uk

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Photography by Louise Blamire.

¬glitching +P{e/a}r{i/a}meter symposium edinburgh

3 May

I’ll be presenting ‘glitching’ at the P{e/a}r{i/a}meter CIRCLE research symposium on Monday 7th May, 11.00-4.00pm at Inspace, University of Edinburgh. It has a really interesting programme of talks and includes a number of people using the Kinect in creative projects, such as Simon Biggs and Hadi Mehrpouya, and Sophia Lycouris, Wendy Timmons and Lauren Hayes.

 

Info about the CIRCLE Research network:

CIRCLE’s members are researchers and creative practitioners at the University of Edinburgh and elsewhere. They work across the creative arts, architecture, the humanities, the physical and social sciences. Their research focuses on developing creative collaborative environments, employing methods across disciplines. Their aim is to develop effective and affecting interactive environments, within a critical framework, seeking the insights that interdisciplinary inquiry might allow