At Brighton Digital Festival
28 September 2011
Fast paced dynamic talks on digital art in Pecha Kucha's famous format.
This special edition of Pecha-Kucha for Brighton Digital Festival, is exploring how creative makers, designers and artists are using digital technology to inform, inspire and create their work.
A fantastic night of presentations from practitioners working in different creative backgrounds who use digital technology, from designers and artists to theatre practitioners and filmmakers. Expect an inspirational evening of talks that will show the breadth of creative practice possible using digital media.
Pecha-Kucha gives people the opportunity to raise exciting, creative and sometimes controversial ideas, using the Pecha-Kucha style, which is fun and fast-paced. The unique format of Pecha-Kucha gives each presenter six minutes and 40 seconds to share 20 visual images each held for 20 seconds on a screen, keeping the event dynamic and fluid.
The full line-up of speakers include:
Julie Legault/Wearable Future & Digital Craft
Eric Baird/The Fractal Universe
Jay Cooper Context: Looking beyond the obvious
Kate Genevieve/Possible Worlds
Nick Sayers/Building geodesic shelters from estate agent signs
Hong Dam/Childhood Memories
Janine Boyer/Digital Impact
Scott Singer/How digital Media ruined my Art
Katie Sollohub/A Drawing a Day
Chris Thorpe/Throwing Pebbles in the Pond of Technology and Humanity
Date: Wednesday 28th September 2011
Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington St Brighton BN14AJ
Tickets: £5/£3 (on the door)
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