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Tansy Spinks devises new performance for SensingSite
15 - 16 April 2013, London, UK

Tansy Spinks devises new performance for SensingSite:

A two day research seminar with Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design

Tansy Spinks has devised a live sound performance for the Sensingsite CSM research seminar with Susan Trangmar, Stephen Ball and Duncan White  in response to the Navid Nuur exhibition at The Parasol Unit, April 15th 2013.

SensingSite is a two day research seminar at Parasol unit initiated by Susan Trangmar, Duncan White and Steven Ball for Fine Art Research at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.

Following the success of the 2012 SensingSite series of seminars, this year the event will take place over two days during which researchers and current PhD students will present their investigations of materialities into landscape and place. Through presentations and performance, participants will explore the transformative potential of media such as moving image, photography, interactive technologies and sound. The event will provide an open and constructive environment within which participants and audience can provide feedback and peer review.

Participants: Bram Thomas Arnold (Falmouth University), Katrina Brown (Falmouth University), Sam Burford (Chelsea College of Art and Design), Magz Hall (CRiSAP/LCC), John Hillman (Falmouth University), Jane Madsen (Bartlett School of Architecture/UCL), Idit Nathan (Central Saint Martins), Corinne Silva (PARC/LCC), Tansy Spinks (CRiSAP/LCC), and Mark Peter Wright (CRiSAP/LCC).

For further info and participants' abstracts please click here