Digital Flow/s: digital arts & humanities practice-based research

Sat Sep 23 2023 at 09:00 am to 05:30 pm

Watershed | Bristol

3D3 Doctoral Training Partnership
Publisher/Host3D3 Doctoral Training Partnership
Digital Flow\/s: digital arts & humanities practice-based research
A symposium and exhibition celebrating the 3D3 doctoral training partnership
About this Event

We are delighted to announce the 3D3 legacy symposium and exhibition, Digital Flow/s, sharing research from our cohort of interdisciplinary practitioner-researchers via practice, performance lectures, papers, and panel discussions. The one day symposium, with keynote presentation from Kishan San of Forensic Architecture , will take place at Watershed, Bristol, and the exhibition will be open will be open to the public on Friday 21/9 and Saturday 22/9 from 11 to 6, and Sunday 23/9, 11 to 4, at Sparks Bristol Booking is free but essential for the symposium, booking is not required for the exhibition. After the symposium finishes, there is an evening reception at the exhibition open to all.

The 3D3 Centre for Doctoral Training is a partnership between Falmouth University, University of Plymouth and the University of the West of England, Bristol. Launched in 2014, its aim is to train a new generation of interdisciplinary practitioner-researchers. These three universities, all located in South West England, are committed to fostering innovation through practice-led research in the creative and performing arts, especially the interrelated fields of digital design, digital media and digital arts (including music and performance). Funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC), 3D3 has trained researchers to meet the creative and design opportunities of the future, exploring the possibilities and challenges presented by rapidly evolving technologies, including the interface between digital processes and traditional methods. It offers a unique opportunity for creative scholar-practitioners working at the forefront of a rapidly expanding research landscape.

Forensic Architecture (FA) is a research agency, based at Goldsmiths, University of London, investigating human rights violations including violence committed by states, police forces, militaries, and corporations. FA works in partnership with institutions across civil society, from grassroots activists, to legal teams, to international NGOs and media organisations, to carry out investigations with and on behalf of communities and individuals affected by conflict, police brutality, border regimes and environmental violence. Their investigations employ cutting-edge techniques in spatial and architectural analysis, open source investigation, digital modelling, and immersive technologies, as well as documentary research, situated interviews, and academic collaboration. Findings from their investigations have been presented in national and international courtrooms, parliamentary inquiries, and exhibitions at some of the world’s leading cultural institutions and in international media, as well as in citizen’s tribunals and community assemblies. Kishan’s role at Forensic Architecture focuses on spatial investigation, utilising contemporary architectural tools / methodologies as analytical and optical devices.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Bristol, United Kingdom


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