Inaugural Symposium of the Experimental Design Practices Research and Enterprise Group.

Join us on the 19th April for the inaugural symposium of the Experimental Design Practices Research and Enterprise Group. This online event brings together practitioners, artists, engineers, theorists, academics and architects from the UK, Norway, Spain and Denmark to reflect on their practice engaging with movement.

We live our lives through movement. From the constant flux around us, to movement of the very cells of our own bodies, nothing is truly still. Movement is fundamental, yet how this frames our experience is a sometimes less explored foundation for design. The symposium begins to explore work that reflects on what it means to be in constant motion and how we might reconsider design through this lens.

Edouard Cabay Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC)

Charlotte Erckrath Bergen School of Architecture

Mathilde Marengo IAAC Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC)

Hugo Mulder University of Southern Denmark

Susan Robertson University of Brighton

Matthew Rosier Artist, London

Matthew Turner Chelsea College of Arts

Sarah Stevens University of Brighton

 

Find out more on our fledgling blog:

http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/experimentaldesignpractices/

Register for free tickets here:

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/t-gorgad

If you have any queries do get in touch with Sarah Stevens,  s.stevens2@brighton.ac.uk