I thought you might be interested in our upcoming symposium and exhibition at Watermans, Art That Makes Itself.
The symposium, part of our new exhibition, Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself, will be looking at connections / differences in early pioneering computer art and today's digital art and design scene as well as opportunities and challenges for creating, contextualising, conserving generative artworks. Symposium speakers include Frieder Nake, computer art pioneer; Margaret Boden, Professor of Cognitive Science Sussex University; Jim Boulton, digital archaeologist; artists Paul and Daniel Brown; Maria Chatzichristodoulou, lecturer in Performance & New Media at Hull University; Douglas Dodds, Senior Curator at Victoria & Albert Museum; Nick Lambert, CAS chair and Lecturer in digital art and culture; Nico Macdonald, writer on design and innovation and more.
The symposium & exhibition book launch will take place on Saturday 16 May. For more information and bookings please visit: http://watermans.ticketsolve.com/shows/873530584/events
I hope you can also join us for the exhibition private view on Monday 30 March from 6.30-8.30 PM.
Brown & Son:
Art That Makes Itself...
31 March - 31 May 2015PV: Monday 30 March, 6.30-8.30PM
Father and son Paul Brown and Daniel Brown work with computers as their primary medium for making art. They have shared an interest in manipulating media to create beautifully evolving artificial life forms. This exhibition explores the interrelationships between their work, across a span of almost sixty years.
For more information about the show please visit:
All the bestIrini