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START DATE 15 April 2014
START TIME 12:00am
LOCATION

Grove Building, Room G230 and Theatre Arts Studio 2, Hendon campus.

END DATE 15 April 2014
END TIME 12:00am

'Work' is a supportive sharing of research-in-progress for postgraduate research candidates at Middlesex University, Schools of Art & Design and Media & Performing Arts.

'Work' is a supportive sharing of research-in-progress for postgraduate research candidates at Middlesex University, Schools of Art & Design and Media & Performing Arts.

All interested graduate students, supervisors, colleagues and external guests are welcome to attend.

Schedule:

Grove Building, Room G230. Morning sessions chaired by Prof Anne Massey

9.45-10.00  Anne Massey, Welcome

10.00-10.30 Daniel Wiedemann, New generation interfaces and user experience evaluation in digital games

10.30-11.00 Suzanne van Rossenberg, Queer art

11.00-11.30 Ehsan Gill, A phenomenological account: The last thing I wanted to talk about was race

Break

11.45-12.15 Elina Suoyrjo, The curatorial the feminist: On feminist approaches and strategies in curating contemporary Art

12.15-12.45 Valerio Del Baglivo, Centrifugal Forces – the foundation of institute-practices

12.45-1.15 Gwen Fereday, Synaesthetic colour responses to text: An investigation through fine art textiles

1.15-1.45 Helen Anahit (title tbc)

1.45-2.15 Lunch

Grove Building, Theatre Arts Studio 2. Afternoon sessions chaired by Prof Vida L Midgelow

2.15-2.45 Susanne Martin, Ageing in Progress

2.45-3.15 Richard Craig, Ex(temporized) or improvised?

3.15-3.45 Maria Carnesky, The incredible bleeding woman

Break

4.00-4.30 Simon Limbrick, Environment as musical score

4.30-5.00 Sonya Dyer, The … And Beyond Institute for Future Research presents an introduction to it’s founding principles

5.00-6.00 Open Discussion and Evaluation of Seminar Series

 

External guests please contact: V.Midgelow@mdx.ac.uk

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