San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thursday 26 June, 6-9pm
at GV art gallery, 49 Chiltern Street, London W1U 6LY
Broad Vision presents an evening of interdisciplinary speculations, presentations and discussions about what our futures might hold…
6.00 - arrival & drinks
Panel 1: Broad Vision
Heather Barnett - on interdisciplinary inquiry
Benjamin Palmer – on creativity and science
Robbie Anson Duncan – on biology, design and education
Mell Fisher & Dr Mark Clements – on expanded fields of research and practice
7.30-8.00 - break
Panel 2: Future Human
Dr Chris Fry – on future technologies
Dr Mark Clements – on future humans
Jed Welland & Matilda Dawes– on the evolution of the Future Human
Hosted by the Broad Vision team of lecturers, students and teaching assistants.
Broad Vision is an art/science research and learning project at the University of Westminster, engaging students and academics from diverse disciplines in collaborative exchange and experimentation.
Through interdisciplinary exploration students become teachers, researchers and producers as they explore questions relating to biology and psychology, technology and creativity, art and science.
More info: http://broad-vision.info