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University College Falmouth, the University of Exeter and Tremough

Lecture series Digital Economy: Research in practice continues this year.

The series will be launched by Prof Jeremy Diggle on the 25 October 2011 who will talk about a range of digital art projects he has been involved in where narrative element is developed in conjunction between exhibition installations and web, or as a blog based narrative site.

The talk starts at 5.30 in Peter Lanyon, Lecture 2

To follow:

6 December, 5.30 – 7pm

Prof. Phil Stenton

‘Fusing the physical and the digital: the art and technology of pervasive media.’

17 December, 5.30 – 7pm

Dr Misha Myers, Dr Caitlin Desilvey

‘Story Futurescapes: Designing landscape narrative experience with locative media’

6 March, 5.30 – 7pm

Prof David Peimer

Title TBC

25 April, 5.30 – 7pm

Dr Kym Martindale

‘Digits to Digital – the Aura of the Archive’

Please visit Digital Economy page on the website www.falmouth.ac.uk/digitaleconomy

Details for each talk are available there, together with a link to the last year series’ video archive and links to speakers’ bios.

The lecture series presents projects and research undertaken by academics and practitioners based at University College Falmouth. We are interested in showcasing through these events how social relations, creative practices and community engagement are the driving force behind the innovative use of digital technologies; and how multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity are methodologies that define a working framework for presented projects.

The talks are open and free to all. Please distribute this invitation among your students and others who might find it of interest.

October 2011