In this talk we welcome artist and Professor of City Futures at UWE, Teresa Dillon to explore with us the world of facial recognition & its intersectional histories. This talk is partnership with the SWCTN.
For this Lunchtime talk we are joined by Fozia Ismail from the dhaquan collective, a feminist art collective of Somali women based in Bristol. Fozia will be discussing their latest project that focused on Somali culture.
In this talk we are joined by Alice Quigley from Container; a new online magazine about creative tech. Container explores the world we live in by looking at & questioning how we use technology for social & cultural purposes.
For this Lunchtime talk we are joined by Raucous, a Bristol based collective of theatre makers, technologists & designers. They will be discussing how we might think about theatre in the light of lockdown.
We are delighted to be joined by Digital Artist & UWE PhD Researcher Rob Eagle for this Lunchtime talk. Rob will be discussing failure & its many facets & how it's often an unavoidable part of the creative process.
This Lunchtime talk we are joined by Jo Reid, MD of pioneering digital agency Calvium. She will be discussing digital placemaking platforms & considering whether the circular economy could offer an alternative funding model.
Join us for this Lunchtime talk & the sixth in our series exploring the Future Themes of the Studio. We are joined by Studio Resident Angie Bual from Trigger to discuss her project Grow & what If plants could speak…
For this Lunchtime talk we are delighted to be joined by Furaha Asani Watershed's new Research Lead. Furaha will discussing vaccines, currently very much in the public eye due to Covid-19 and their place in popular culture.
For our first Lunchtime talk of 2021 & the fifth in our series exploring Future Themes in the Studio. Studio Resident Alison Neighbour explores how do we connect across time and place to imagine the future?