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Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media

Global Futures Speaker Series Event

Time:
17:00 - 18:30
Date:
1 September 2012 - 31 December 2012
Venue:
Winchester School of Art Graphics Building Floor 3 Park Avenue Winchester SO23 8DL

For more information regarding this event, please email Dr August Davis at A.J.Davis@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Winchester Research Centre announces a preview to the line-up of speakers we have organised for you this Autumn - More to come soon!

3 Oct 2012

Kristoffer Gansing is the Artistic Director of Transmediale 2012. He is interested in the interfaces of media culture, art and everyday life. His research interests include the contrasting parallel worlds and conflicts of network culture and the distribution of media technology. Gansing co-founded The Art of the Overhead, a pioneering project of media-archeological art practice.

22 Oct 2012

Francesco Manacorda is an Italian art expert. He has been appointed (April 2012) as the new artistic director of Tate Liverpool, and was previously director of Artissima, Turin's international art fair. He has previously been curator at London's Barbican Art Gallery and is a visiting lecturer at the city's Royal College of Art.

01 Nov 2012

Rod Cousens is one of the UK’s leading games industry executives and the Chief Executive Officer of Codemasters, the award-winning Midlands-based developer and publisher of video game entertainment titles for game consoles, PC and online platforms. Rod Cousens will give a talk about the Future of Video Games from an Industry point of view.

28 Nov 2012

David Gauntlett is Professor of Media and Communications, and Co-Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster and lives in Winchester. He is the author of several books on media and identities, and the everyday creative use of digital media.

04 Dec 2012

Scott Klein specializes in Modernism and the 20th century English novel, with strong interests in the works of James Joyce and Wyndham Lewis, the history of film, avant-garde music, and 20th century experimentation in visual art. He is currently Chair of the English department at Wake Forest University. He will present his Ballet Mecanique: James Joyce and avant-garde music.

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