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Next week’s lecture on 1 February | Lecture 3 | Nic Clear

Nic Clear

Nic Clear questions received notions of the future. Are the norms of economic growth the only way society can develop? Does the current economic crisis call into question a future of unlimited growth and/or enable different choices? Drawing on such fields as synthetic space, psychoanalysis, postmordern geography, post–economics, cybernetics, and neurology, as well as interviews with novelist William Gibson, Archigram architect David Greene, and musician Brian Eno.

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Ballardian Architecture 2 – Nic Clear

Notes On Drawing Drawings by Nic Clear

Next week’s lecture on  the 25 January | Lecture 2 | will be from the Dean of the School of Architecture, Design and Construction Neil Spiller

Neil Spiller

Neil Spiller is an architect, artist and writer most recently publishing ‘Digital Architecture Now’ and ‘Visionary Architecture: Blueprints of the Modern Imagination’ (Thames & Hudson). He is the Dean of the School of Architecture, Design and Construction at The University of Greenwich. He is also Director of the Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research Group (AVATAR). He is author of several books on architecture and digital culture, including Digital Dreams: Architecture and the New Alchemic Technologies and Cyberreader: Critical Writings for the Digital Era.

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Videos of Surrealist Lecture 25.01.2012

Deformography: the poetics of cybridised architecture 

AVATAR – Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research 

WEDNESDAYS

9.30am – 10.45am 11.01.2012 – 28.03.2012

Place: Lecture Theatre DT 001 David Fussey – Southwood Site.

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http://www.gamswen2012.wordpress.com/feed/  So you can follow all updates instantly… >>>>

You do this by going to Appearence and then adding the Widget RSS (Entries from any RSS or Atom feed) to one of your widget areas…

If you do not know what an RSS feed is or do not know how to set one up I can show you before this week’s lecure… which is:

Vaughan Oliver

Vaughan Oliver (born 1957) is a British graphic designer based in Epsom, South of London. Oliver is most noted for his work with graphic design studios 23 Envelope and v23.[Both studios maintained a close relationship with record label 4AD between 1982 and 1998 and were to give distinct visual identities for the 4AD releases by many bands, including Cocteau TwinsDead Can DanceThe BreedersThis Mortal CoilPale SaintsPixies, and Throwing Muses.

http://vaughanoliver.co.uk/

WEDNESDAYS

9.30am – 10.45am 11.01.2012 – 28.03.2012

Place: Lecture Theatre DT 001 David Fussey – Southwood Site.

All the best

Mark

We now have the  lectures mapped out for the next four weeks you and they will be an exciting and dynamic experience for you.

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2.   18 January Vaughan Oliver Graphic Art Work
3.   25 January Neil Spiller Surrealism
4.   1 February Nic Clear Animation and Drawin
5.   8 February  Stacey Pitsillides Digital, Death and Archives
6.   15 February Rachel Armstrong ‘Evolved, not made’

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COURSE TITLE: Art & Design in Context [2] HART 1007 + DESI 1109

WEDNESDAYS: 9.30am – 10.45am  11.01.2012 – 28.03.2012 Place: Lecture Theatre DT 001 David Fussey – Southwood Site. (Then writing and researching in the Library from 11.30 – 1pm.)

WEDNESDAYS                                                            

9.30am – 10.45am 11.01.2012 – 28.03.2012

Place: Lecture Theatre DT 001 David Fussey – Southwood Site.

(Then writing and researching in the Library from 11.30 – 1pm.)

Timetable | gamSweN

 Lecture Theatre DT 001 David Fussey – Southwood Site. 9.30am – 10.45am 

9.30am – 10.45am 
Wednesdays LECTURER TOPIC
 
1.   11 January Mark Ingham Introduction to gaMsweN
2.   18 January Vaughan Oliver Graphic Art Work
3.   25 January Neil Spiller TBC Surrealism
4.   1 February Nic Clear TBC Animation?
5.   8 February Stacey Pitsillides Digital, Death and Archives
6.   15 February Rachel Armstrong  Protocell?
7.   22 February Mark Ingham TBC Reiteration of gaMsweN
 
8.   29 February TBC
9.   7  March
10.  14  March  TBC
11.   21  March TBC
12.  29 March Mark Ingham TBC Conclusion to gaMsweN
 
 
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