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Mis-seeing: vision, experience and prejudice
in the creative process
   
online forum
Wednesday 17 November 2004, 6.30pm

The Theatre Museum
Russell Street
Covent Garden
London WC2E 7PR

In ‘Mis-seeing: vision, experience and prejudice in the creative process’ the ResCen Research Associate Artists engaged in conversation with Dr. Daniel Glaser, an imaging neuroscientist and Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London. Daniel is interested in public engagement with science and finding novel ways for scientists to collaborate with non-scientists particularly, arts practitioners. Here, Daniel talked of his particular interests in top-down influences on low-level visual processing: how experience, prejudice and expectation alter the way we see the world.

Together, the Research Associates and Daniel Glaser explored the relationship between artistic intention, creation and reception of creative work. Focussing on specific examples from the Research Associates’ own practice, the group considered: what happens when an intended outcome manifests itself differently than expected, to what extent does artistic intention anticipate an audience, and the degree to which that intention is borne by the interpretation of work.

Guest speaker: Dr. Daniel Glaser, University College, London
ResCen participating artists: Ghislaine Boddington, Shobana Jeyasingh, Richard Layzell, Rosemary Lee, Graeme Miller and Errollyn Wallen
Chair: Chris Bannerman, Head of ResCen

This event was supported by NESTA

 

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