Algorithimic Signs

Algoritmic Signs
Tracing the Missing History of Computer Art Through Curatorial Practice Algorithmic Signs - Ernest Edmonds, Manfred Mohr, Vera Molnár, Frieder Nake, Roman Verostko, is a research project exploring the history of pioneering computational art conceived, researched and curated as a major exhibition by Dr Francesca Franco in collaboration with the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa (Venice, ... Read more

Forensic Architecture

Foresnsic Architecture
Screening and Presentation Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 30th April 2018 Christina Varvia presented the work of Forensic Architecture, a research agency based at Goldsmiths University of London undertaking advanced architectural and media research. She provided insight into the work they do on behalf of international prosecutors, human rights organisations and political and environmental justice groups. ... Read more

CPM3 | Panel Discussion

Approaches to Creative Practice Methods (CPM) by academic staff Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 22nd March 2018 This third event in the CPM series featured presentations by Dr Sergio Fava, Dr Becky Palmer, and Prof Martin Salisbury. Their opening presentations were followed by a panel discussion. Please find poster here. Audio Archive

StoryLab Symposium ‘Interpret’

StoryLab Symposium Interpret
Presentations Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 14th March 2018 The rapid development of technological innovations in recent years has dramatically reshaped the way people communicate. This has accelerated the exchange of ideas, but has also produced a climate of confusion and misinformation with stable narrative patterns of communication breaking down. Addressing these issues, this StoryLab symposium ... Read more

CPM2 | Showcasing Projects

Showcasing Creative Practice Methods (CPM) in current research projects Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 25th January 2018 Building on the foundations laid by the first CPM event, this featured paper presentations, technical demonstrations, artworks, poster presentations, and work in progress. It provided insight into a range of approaches to creative practice methods. Please find programme and ... Read more

CPM1 | Exploration

Exploring Creative Practice Methods (CPM) with the academic and PGR community Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 15th November 2017 The first event in the CPM series facilitated discussions on creative practice research, provided insights from fellow academics and post-graduate researchers and identified potential opportunities for future collaborations. Call for interest can be found here and poster ... Read more

Mandy Chang, BBC Storyville

Mandy Chang BBC Storyville
Screening and Presentation Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 12th Nov 2017 StoryLab in association with the Royal Television Society and LENS organised a lecture by BBC Storyville’s Mandy Chang. Chaired by Dr Cathy Elliott (LENS),  the new commissioning editor for premier BBC strand STORYVILLE talked about her passion for documentary and showed examples of film storytelling ... Read more

EAD | The Screening

EAD | The Screening
Screening and Presentation TATE Britain, London, 23 September 2017 The AHRC funded Enhancing Audio Description (EAD) project led by Dr Mariana Lopez focuses on how sound design techniques can be used to rethink accessibility to film and television for visually impaired audiences. The event included screenings of a film with an accessible soundtrack as well ... Read more

CoDE Symposium: StoryLab

CoDE Symposium: StoryLab
Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Storytelling Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 6th June 2017 The symposium “Story Lab” was triggered cross-disciplinary conversations through creative storytelling. It was a day of exchanging ideas and planting seeds for future collaborative research and practice. The theme of the symposium explored how stories allow us to understand complex issues, develop empathy, establish ... Read more

Test Tubes and YouTube

Test Tubes and Youtube
Communicating science through film @ Cambridge Science Festival Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 23 March 2017 Researchers from the Gurdon Institute, academics, students and graduates from the Cambridge School of Art and filmmakers from local creative agency brandAnonymous were joined by the public to discuss how film can create public engagement to promote scientific research. Our ... Read more