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CAS Leicester Talk: Sita Popat – Leicester, 17 March 2016

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.

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Computer Arts Society Lecture: Dr Paul Coulton, ‘Speculative Game Design’ – London, 11 March 2015, 6pm

6pm for 6:30 on March 11th at the October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL London Free tickets here: “Speculative Game Design” In this talk I will consider a design manifesto of using games as speculative designs through which players might explore scenarios that represent plausible alternative presents and speculative futures. The talk will review future orientated design … Read More

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Peter Beyls – Computer Arts Society Lecture – Monday 16 February, 6:30pm

CAS is delighted to welcome back the artist and composer Peter Beyls, who has been working with generative software since the 1970s. He is currently research professor at CITAR, UC Porto and visiting professor of Media Art at UC Ghent. He will lecture on “Software as Conceptual Navigation”, Monday 16th Feb 6:30pm at the British Computer Society, London Office, 5 … Read More

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Grant Taylor: Computer Art and its Discontents, British Computer Society London HQ, 27 January 2015, 6.30pm

Tuesday 27th January 2015, 6:30pm British Computer Society London HQ Map and directions: This event is open to the public and is free but please book your place at: Computer Art and its Discontents Taylor will examine the story of computer art through the lens of art criticism. We know from artist accounts that a certain type of … Read More

Call for contributions – PAGE – Alan Sutcliffe Memorial Issue – deadline 1 August 2014

Alan Sutcliffe who died earlier this year was the principal co-founder of the Computer Arts Society and a pioneer of the computer arts. The next issue of PAGE – The Bulletin of the Computer Arts Society will be dedicated to his memory and will consist of contributions from those who knew, or knew of Alan. Everyone is invited … Read More