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Interactive Art & Electric ink

Eduardo Kac (right) with his 'Lagoglyph Sound System' (2012), made using conductive ink, exhibited in the 'Visualise' public art programe at Cambridge. Image: Jo Joelson.

Student Common Room
School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies
University Road
University of Leeds

A programme of artists’ talks and workshops, co-sponsored by the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, the School of Media and Communication and the Cultural Institute.

10:00
Introduction, Andrew Prescott (University of Glasgow)
Artist’s talk, Fabio Antinori (London)

11:30
Hands-on workshop (registered students only)

14:00
Artist’s talk, Eduardo Kac (School of the Art Institute of Chicago)

15:45
Reception and chance to view Softbodies exhibition.

Andrew Prescott is Professor of Digital Humanities in the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow, and Theme Leader for the AHRC ‘Digital Transformations’ strategic theme. His research covers books, archives, digitisation, and the limits of the digital.

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori is a London based artist working in a wide range of media. His multi-sensory, interactive works explore issues such as contemporary corporate systems, their corruption and fall, and the role of data in the contemporary world.

Eduardo Kac is Professor of Art & Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His ‘transgenic’ or ‘bio’ art explores and critiques a range of topics including the fluidity of subject positions, the impact of biotechnology, language and the book in the post-digital age.

This event is co-sponsored by the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, the School of Media and Communication.

The talks are free and open to the public.

Image: Eduardo Kac (right) with his ‘Lagoglyph Sound System’ (2012), made using conductive ink, exhibited in the ‘Visualise’ public art programe at Cambridge. Photo by Jo Joelson.

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