Category Archives: interactive

Future Thinking

What would happen if… … we had breathalyzer cars? … all meat was grown in labs? … teachers were replaced by robots? Artist David Lisser explored these questions and their spiralling consequences with a number of young co-researchers during a series … Continue reading

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Hybrid Practices @ Urban Room

Hybrid Practices @Urban Room Friday 7th June, University of Reading, London Road Campus Exploring space through hybrid practices of movement, design and theory Please join us for a series of dialogues exploring notions of collaboration and exchange in action. We … Continue reading

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Urban Room : Arts Programme 14 May – 7 June

Be curious, be adventurous, be welcomed! Second-year students from the University of Reading’s School of Architecture have collaborated in the design and build of an Urban Room, a temporary timber structure which carries the potential for enabling conversation and encounters … Continue reading

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Tree Conversations: Artist Micro-Residency

Artist Rachel Barbaresi invites you to take part in her micro-residency at the University, as part of the ‘What is Public Art?’ series of activities this March. Rachel will lead a series of creative research walks in the campus grounds, … Continue reading

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On the Fabric of the Human Body: Creative Action Lab with Centre for Health Humanities

  It’s strangely mesmerising, cutting and sticking. Particularly the cutting out part. You find yourself drawn into the smallest focus of outline on the paper that you’re cutting, on the way the blades of your scissors can turn into sharp … Continue reading

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