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Interdisciplinary Research Excellence

MRW11: Modes of Address Event

Time:
11:00 - 12:00
Date:
3 February 2011
Venue:
Winchester School of Art

Event details

An introduction to a new project under development between the Winchester School of Art and the School of Psychology. The project will use eye-tracker data in an analysis of the mechanisms whereby paintings and photographs act upon the perceptions of the viewer; findings will inform new image-making as part of the project. The talk will be of relevance to Fine Art students, and all researchers interested in the true, two-way potential of collaboration between art and science disciplines.

An introduction to a new project under development between the Winchester School of Art and the School of Psychology. The project will use eye-tracker data in an analysis of the mechanisms whereby paintings and photographs act upon the perceptions of the viewer; findings will inform new image-making as part of the project. The talk will be of relevance to Fine Art students, and all researchers interested in the true, two-way potential of collaboration between art and science disciplines.

Speakers: Dr Beth Harland and Professor Simon Liversedge

This event is part of Multidisciplinary Research Week which is happening here at the University of Southampton from Monday, January 31 to Friday, February 4, 2011.

The programme brochure can be downloaded here: BROCHURE AS PDF

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