Computer Arts Society talk: Ruth Gibson – Leicester, 13 April 2016, 6-8pm

The Computer Arts Society (CAS) is a special interest group of the British Computer Societ that promotes the creative uses of computers in the arts and culture generally. It is a community of interest for all involved in doing, managing, interpreting and understanding information technology’s cultural potential.

In Leicester, CAS runs regular talks and supports exhibitions and other computer art related activities. Join the CAS email list or follow us on Facebook to hear about future events.

Wed, 13 Apr 2016, 18:00 – 20:00

Interact Labs, Phoenix, Leicester

Ruth Gibson from Gibson Martelli (Lumen Prize winners 2015) will be talking about their digital art work.

The London-based artistic collaborative Gibson/Martelli – dance and visual artist Ruth Gibson & artist Bruno Martelli – create installations and performance spaces using computer games, virtual reality, print and video technology. Their practice is an investigation into the body and landscape, the notion of space and simulacra and the sublime.

Talk supported by the IOCT and CAS Leicester