Computer Arts Society talk: Sita Popat – Leicester, 17 March 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.

Thu, 17 Mar 2016, 18:00 – 20:00

Interact Labs, Phoenix, Leicester

Sita Popat will be talking about the AHRC supported Error Network Project. The Error Network brings together a multi-disciplinary team to explore how dance and human-computer interaction (HCI) design can inform and interrogate each other through positive engagement with the generative possibilities of ambiguity and error. The project includes researchers from dance and HCI, alongside those from archaeological computing, psychology, prosthetics, cultural theory, digital media sociology and mathematics, each bringing other disciplinary understandings of human/computer interfaces to the critical debate.

Talk supported by the IOCT and CAS Leicester