Spaces, Immersion and Reality

  • Wednesday 1st December 2021
Sound/Image Research Group

Panel, talks and discussion (6pm); exhibition launch (7pm)

Marking the launch of the SOUND/IMAGE Exhibition, this panel discussion explores ideas of “Space, Immersion and Reality”.  

What makes a space? What constitutes immersion? Whose reality? 

Introducing a cross section of research projects undertaken by members of the SOUND/IMAGE research group we hope to stimulate discussion with colleagues and seek out new avenues of collaboration with colleagues across the faculty and wider university. 

The event will feature short presentations on ongoing research, followed by an open panel discussion chaired by Prof. Steve Kennedy. 

This event takes place from 6pm in TV studio 2, Stockwell Street Building. Admission is free but places are limited and registration is advised. Please use the link below to register if you wish to attend.

The panel discussion will be followed by an opening reception of the Sound/Image ’21 exhibition in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery from 7pm.

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    • 7:00-8:00 pm

    A new performance by Siôn Parkinson and Richard Whitby, with Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume

  • Instrumentalising Spaces: the IKO immersive loudspeaker

    • Wednesday 8th December 2021
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