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Ceramic Thinging

‘Ceramic Thinging’ will focus on how digital technologies can be used to augment how we experience traditional ceramic objects through sound and touch. This talk will illustrate through a series of ceramic works my ongoing research into how physical computing, ceramic materiality, traditional craft skills, digital fabrication and augmenting technologies can be combined to create interactive works which extend our experiences of familiar ceramic objects. The talk explores how shifting a pot from the sphere of static object to interface, allows for more fluid and relational transactions for the audience/user.

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Date

Mar 04 2022
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Time

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

Online
Matte Realities website / Youtube
Website
https://eastn-cardiff.uk/
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Speaker

  • Ingrid Murphy
    Ingrid Murphy

    Ingrid Murphy is an Irish ceramic artist and works as a Principal Lecturer at Cardiff School of Art & Design where she is also a member of the school’s FabCre8 interdisciplinary research group.  As a ceramic artist Ingrid combines traditional making skills with digital technologies to create interactive artefacts, her research focuses on reimagining or augmenting domestic or historical ceramic objects to create new and engaging experiences.  Ingrid has worked in various institutions in her 30-year educational career and has a special interest in interdisciplinary curriculum design. Ingrid was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2015.

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EASTN-DC, European Art-Science-Technology Network for Digital Creativity, is a network dedicated to the time-based digital arts: musical arts, visual arts, performing and interactive arts.  It is gathering 16 partners in 13 different countries from Europe to the Americas. They will host and exchange about 70 creators in the frame of a 16 international events tour spread over 4 years. These privileged moments, in direct contact with the audience, will frame a new and systemic approach, binding the Knowing “Disseminate”, the Learning “Inseminate”, the Making “Collect”, a digital creativity factory leading to a creative citizen.

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