Dr Sarah Cook on “Media archaeology excavations – digging digital art” (1st November at 12:00, Duncan Rice Library, room 224)
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Dr Sarah Cook on “Media archaeology excavations – digging digital art” (1st November at 12:00, Duncan Rice Library, room 224)

Research Seminar Dr Sarah Cook (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design)   Abstract In its early days, intermedia and information-based arts often found their own means of presentation and reception, from small artist-led networks, publications, servers and databases, to ad hoc temporary installations. Many of these are at risk of being lost in the mists of time, while … Continue reading

Picturing Science reading group on Paul Klee
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Picturing Science reading group on Paul Klee

The reading group Picturing Science is back on Tuesday, October 10th at 1pm in New King’s 15. We shall be discussing Paul Klee “On Modern Art”, an intriguing reading suggested by Marc Higgin (School of Social Science, University of Aberdeen) and Anne Douglas (Grays School of Art, Robert Gordon University). Please click on the link … Continue reading

May Fest Director’s Cut: Mark Adams, Artistic Director of Edinburgh International Film Festival
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May Fest Director’s Cut: Mark Adams, Artistic Director of Edinburgh International Film Festival

Please join us for a special May Fest edition of Director’s Cut this Sunday: FVC’s Paul Flaig will be talking with Mark Adams, the Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the world oldest continually running film festival! They’ll be discussing the history of EIFF, Mark’s festival encounters with Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Carlyle and others, … Continue reading

Screening & Discussion: Beyond Horizons, with its curator and filmmakers on Monday March 20th
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Screening & Discussion: Beyond Horizons, with its curator and filmmakers on Monday March 20th

Please join us for a screening and discussion of Beyond Horizons (2017) with its directors on Monday, 20 March 2017, 18:00-20:00 in MacRobert 051. Beyond Horizons is programme of short films by artists questioning the governance of natural resources in Northern Norway and the High North. Approaching a range of issues from different and unfamiliar … Continue reading

Scripts, Performances, Monuments and Encounters: The Public Culture of 20th Century Science through its Media
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Scripts, Performances, Monuments and Encounters: The Public Culture of 20th Century Science through its Media

In collaboration with  the Centre for History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine, the Department of Film and Visual Culture is pleased to announce the seminar below: Tim Boon (Head of Research & Public History, Science Museum Group London) 4 to 6 pm, Thursday 23 March, Taylor A36 Abstract: In this presentation, I will … Continue reading

Johannes Deutsch screening + Q&A session, Friday 17th March
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Johannes Deutsch screening + Q&A session, Friday 17th March

As part of his talk on “Synaesthetic Perception and Visualisation of Sound in Space” within the SGSAH event In and Out of Space, multi-media artist Johannes Deutsch will screen a selection of his work and engage in a Q&A session lead by Dr Silvia Casini. Fri 17th March, 16:15 – 18:00, Seminar Room 224 (Sir … Continue reading

Director’s Cut- Mark Cousins: Telling the Story of Film
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Director’s Cut- Mark Cousins: Telling the Story of Film

                    Next Wednesday (March 1st) the second Director’s Cut event of 2017 will be taking place in the King’s College Conference Centre at 6:00 PM. We are thrilled to have the filmmaker, critic and curator Mark Cousins visiting, where he will discuss his extraordinary career as one of … Continue reading