For this talk Studio Resident & Performer Tom Marshman & Jeanie Sinclair, Historian touch on research methods, embodiment of characters, ethics & how creative tech lead to the making of the theatre show A Haunted Existence.
While Watershed and the Pervasive Media Studio are temporarily closed, we’ve opened the digital doors of the Studio & lunchtime talks are happening every Friday at 1pm on YouTube. You can also watch previous talks.
We live in a complex world, but only some problems are Wicked Problems. Hard to define and with no clear solution, they challenge the very institutions we turn to in a crisis. supersum takes a different approach.
David Lisser is an artist whose recent works imagine the future of cultured meat and the role of technology in food. Here he will discuss the potential, the problems, and the utter weirdness of this fledgling industry.
In this special lunchtime talk we welcome “Control Shift” & will be introducing you to some of the Artists and Curators. Control Shift is an arts programme exploring how we might reconsider the way we connect with tech.
In this talk, Studio Residents Lily Green & Tim Kindberg take you through how Grapevine works, how you can get involved & give you an honest insight into the process of transforming an R&D project into an inclusive company.
For this lunchtime talk we are joined by Curator & Creative Producer of playful exhibitions & experiences Marie Foulston. Marie will discuss her recent stint as Guest Director of Now Play This & how we can curate virtually.
For this lunchtime talk, Studio Resident Pravanya Pillay asks the question what do the textiles in your house tell you? Pillay discusses the work she recently been doing as Programme Directer of Bristol's Stomping Ground.
We are delighted to be joined by Studio Resident Dr Edson Burton for this week's online talk. Edson is a writer, historian, programme-curator, performer & will discuss the role Afrofuturism has played in his work.