Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Light Logic and Leicester

Ernest Edmonds: Light Logic
Site Gallery 17 November 2012 - 2 February 2013

A pioneer of computer generated art in the 1960s, and now creating generative sculptural light installations, Edmonds’ work references minimalist constructivism alongside a life-long interest in chance and change.  Exploring how new technologies produce new relations between artists, audiences and things, Light Logic marks the first UK solo exhibition of the artist for a decade.  Edmonds currently lives between Sydney, Australia and Hathersage, Derbyshire and has exhibited widely throughout the world

Ernest Edmonds is a multi-disciplinary artist and known as an expert on human-computer interaction. He studied Mathematics and Philosophy in London and is Professor of Computation and Creative Media at the University of Technology in Sydney. There he runs a practice-based art and technology research group, the Creativity and Cognition Studios.

Monday, 5 November 2012

12.30 Tue 27th November 2012 What do we mean by ‘number’? Sarah Greenfield- TDC Lunchtime

What do we mean by ‘number’?
Dr Sarah Greenfield, Centre for Computational Intelligence, FOT, DMU.
12.30 Tue 27th November 2012 in the TDC

What do we mean by ‘number’? The words above are all used to describe numbers. In this TDC session we will explore the surprising and fascinating world of numbers. No expertise in mathematics is assumed.