November 14, 2014
Networked Bodies: Digital Performance Weekender | photos

Some highlights from Networked Bodies, the Digital Performance Weekender, at Watermans Gallery last weekend (07/11/14 – 09/11/14) in London. The gallery looked superb with some very interesting and diverse works – very happy with the way three of my works were exhibited. The symposium also had a few highlights, I was particularly interested in Julian Maynard Smiths paper which explored ideas of what is ‘real’ and ‘virtual’ as part of networked practice.

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Above: The Sandwich Board.

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Above: The Distinction Between Here and There, Now and Then and to the left on the computer A network of people who attended an exhibition and contributed to the creation of this work.

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Above: The Anatomy of a Human Breath by Kasia Molga & Adrian Godwin.

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Above: A paper given by Steve Dixon as part of the Symposium theme Telecollaborate Practices.

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Above: A paper given by Julian Maynard Smith as part of the Symposium theme Telecollaborate Practices.

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Above: A paper given by Body > Data > Space as part of the Symposium theme Connecting Senses.

Below is the full programme for the event.

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