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Tue, 12 Apr 2005

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 12 April 2005

Speaker: Bruce Wands

Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre
Goldsmiths College
University of London
New Cross
SE14 6NW

Directions: Ian Gulland is building #30 here.
A printable map with travel instruction is here.

Director of the New York Digital Salon talks about the history of this influential institution.

This talk is presented in association with the Creativity and Cognition 05 Conference.

Tue, 22 Mar 2005

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 22 March 2005

Speaker: Tony Longson

System Simulation Ltd
Bedford Chambers The Piazza
Covent Garden

Tel: 020 7836 7406

Tony Longson's pioneering work was recently featured in the Scratch Code show at New York's Bitforms Gallery.

More of his work is here.

Wed, 16 Mar 2005

6:00 for 6.30pm Wednesday 16 March 2005

Speaker: Douglas Dodds, V&A Museum

Cromwell Road
London SW7 2RL

Tel: 020 7942 2000

The Patric Prince Collection of digital art and its place in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Douglas is Head of Central Services in the V&A's Word & Image Department, which incorporates the National Art Library and the Museum's prints, drawings and paintings collections Prints and Drawings Study Room.

Tue, 15 Feb 2005

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 15 February 2005

Speaker: Open discussion

System Simulation Ltd
Bedford Chambers The Piazza
Covent Garden

Tel: 020 7836 7406

Given the ease of access to vast amounts of information in our online, broadband worlds, are there specific roles for artists in interpreting and guiding users through the jungle of information, by making "works" or by other means?

If there are, what should the CAS be doing to promote such activities?

If not, what other roles could artists adopt in this arena?

Discussion evenings are relaxed informal conversations about topics of immediate interest and beyond. All welcome!

Tue, 01 Feb 2005

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 1 February 2005

Speaker: Alan Sutcliffe, co-founder CAS

BCS London HQ
First Floor - The Davidson Building
5 Southampton Street
London WC2E 7HA

The Davidson Building is on the east side of Southampton Street about 50m from the Strand.

The number of necklaces of 12 beads each black or white is the same as the number of chords of 0 to 12 notes from an octave of semitones.

Peter Zinovieff and Alan Sutcliffe are collaborating on a system to compose printed scores and realise them on an electronic piano.

One piece will use all the chords there are.

The context of this project will lead to talk of composition and improvisation and of music that no-one would compose.

Tue, 14 Dec 2004

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 14 December 2004

Speaker: Virginia Firnberg

System Simulation Ltd
Bedford Chambers
The Piazza
Covent Garden
London WC

Tue, 23 Nov 2004

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 23 November 2004

Speaker: Tom Kemp

System Simulation Ltd
Bedford Chambers
The Piazza
Covent Garden, London WC

Tue, 19 Oct 2004

6:30 for 7:00pm Tuesday 19th October 2004

Speaker: Alex Zivanovic, Imperial College London

Room 542
Mechanical Engineering Department
Imperial College London
Exhibition Road
London SW7 2BX

Edward Ihnatowicz was a Cybernetic Sculptor active in the late 1960's and early 1970's. His ground-breaking sculptures explored the interaction between his robotic works and the audience, and reached their height with The Senster, a large (15 feet long), hydraulic robot commissioned by the electronics giant, Philips, for their permanent showplace, the Evoluon, in Eindhoven in 1970. The sculpture used sound and movement sensors to react to the behaviour of the visitors. It was one of the first computer controlled interactive robotic works of art and remains unparalleled to this day. The talk will focus on his cybernetic sculptures and explore his ideas about Artificial Intelligence and embodiment. More details at http://www.senster.com.

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