Rockfluid: The Art & Science of Memory
Elena Cologni, Lisa Saksida, Caterina Albano
Cambridge Science Festival, 2012
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, Sat 17 March 2012
Bodies Objects Rituals
V&A, 30 May 2008
Convened by Caterina Albano, Christopher Breward & Marina Wallace
This workshop brought together artists, curators, scholars and scientists to explore the significance of objects in relation to the body and body rituals addressing issues on communication of knowledge through exhibitions and museum displays. By looking at artefacts linked to diverse practice from dance to quilt-making, the workshop explores the relation of the body with the environment, the rituals and narratives that surround it.
Participants: Annie Cattrell (Artist); Brian Day (Prof. of Motor Neuroscience, UCL Institute of Neurology); Jane Harris (TFRG); Martin Kemp (Prof. Art History University of Oxford); Sharon MacDonald (Prof. Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester); Russell Maliphant (dancer); Geoff Marsh (Director of Theatre Collections, V&A); Lisa Milroy (Artist); Sue Pritchard (Curator of Contemporary Textiles, V&A); Jane Pritchard (Curator of Dance for Theatre Collections, V&A); Ligaya Salazar (Curator Contemporary Textiles, V&A); Gareth Williams (Curator Depatment of Furniture, Textiles and Fashion, V&A).
Move Me On – The Psychology of Movement
The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 2 May 2009
Led by Dr Peter Lovatt, School of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire & Prof. Marina Wallace, Artakt, Central St. Martins College, University of the Arts London.
Three workshops for one day event at RI Family Funday exploring the topic ‘The Psychology of Movement’.
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