Gardens by the Bay, Singapore.
Researchers in art and technology will explore the connected worlds of the engineer and the craftsman, as part of the University of Liverpool’s Science and Society series.
Bringing architecture and advanced interactive visualisation onto the stage, speakers across three disciplines will look to imagine new ways of connecting, shaping and being in society now.
Professor Stephi Hemelryk-Donald, Head of the University’s School of the Arts, will give an overview of technology as art. Professor Hemelryk-Donald’s research covers film, the media, and children’s experiences in the Asia-Pacific region, with a particular focus on visual culture.
Art, technology and science
Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow and artist, Professor Dennis Del Favero, will present a discussion on the narrative of the digital era. Professor Del Favero work has been widely exhibited in leading museums such as the Sprengel Museum in Hanover, Germany, and the Neue Gallerie Graz in Austria.
Jim Eyre, OBE, is the Director of WilkinsonEyre Architects and will be delivering a lecture entitled ‘Bridging Art and Science’. In his long experience in architectural practice, Liverpool graduate Jim Eyre has been involved in a diverse range of projects, ranging from the Gateshead Millennium Bridge to the Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, to the New Bodleian Library in Oxford.
The event takes place at The Leggate Theatre, Victoria Gallery & Museum at 5.30pm, Tuesday, 13 October.
Admission is free and open to all but places must be booked in advance by calling 0151 794 2650, or by visiting the website here.
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