SHL Artist-in-Residence Kate Shields reflects on ongoing residency practice: ‘Gaia Spaces + Mutualism.’
SHL Open Lab Thursdays are an informal opportunity for co-working, experimentation, collaboration, and dialogue (also in the garden when the weather allows) facilitated by SHL Research Technician Alex Peverett.
We invite people to come and use the space and meet others engaged with: Technology, Creative Practice, Hacking, Making, Experimental Technology, Critical Making, Techno Feminism, Gaming, Media Archaeology, Music, Digital Art, Practice as Research, and more.
These informal sessions are following on from the ECT maker meetups for experimental & creative technology last term where Sussex students and researchers met, co-worked and skill swapped.
Drop in, no booking required. All welcome!
Sussex Humanities Lab, Silverstone, SB211
One recent weeked, as April turned to May, a group of the curious gathered in the Sussex Humanities Lab was home for the Embodiment Hackathon, facilitated by SHL’s visiting artist-researcher Sissel Marie Tonn along with Dominique Savitri Bonarjee, Emilie Giles, Sam Bilbow, Fiona Miller, and Jonathan Reus.
“What am I doing?” Dominique Savitri Bonarjee reflects on the Embodiment Hackathon over on her site.