A symposium I convened under the auspices of the newly minted Transforming Creativity Research Group and AMT at Winchester School of Art.
My introductory thoughts…
After VR: the archaeology and potential of immersive media
Taking the recent revival in commercial, popular, and academic interest in virtual reality and augmented reality technologies and applications as a prompt and a provocation, the event presented current research on the genealogies, realities, and imaginaries of immersive media in art, industry and popular culture before and after the screen.
Wednesday 1st November, 1pm to 6pm, Harvard Lecture Theatre, WSA
Jenna Ng (University of York)
Helen W Kennedy (University of Brighton)
Michael Goddard (University of Westminster)
The event was convened by Seth Giddings, with Jussi Parikka as respondent
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