Events 

April 2018

Turing's code-breaking & computation by natural systems

Talk by Adam Timlett followed by discussion, networking 

17th April 2018 at UCL, London

You can view a video of the talk here

 

This talk is about Alan Turing's code-breaking methods at Bletchley Park in relation to the question of computation by natural systems. James' artwork and practice also features throughout. Some papers presented at the computation by natural systems meeting in March 2018 are also discussed.

October 2017

Exploring links between Agile ideas and complexity science

Adam Timlett presented a talk on complexity and agile on

25th October 2017 at UCL, London

You can view a video of the talk here

Agile is a popular and proven approach to increasing the odds that complex software projects will succeed. In this talk Adam explains how Agility needs to be re-cast as an idea on the new frontier of a productive science of complex systems in areas as diverse as economics, biology and cognitive science. James' art features throughout the talk.

May 2017

I am Sci Art 

We are curating @iamsciart from 21st - 27th May.  

 

Every week an artist is chosen to curate @iamsciart twitter account and encouraged to talk about their intersection of art and science, their daily lives, amongst many other topics, but all are engaged in the realm of making art with or about science.

 

If you're on Twitter don't forget to tune in!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December 2016

LACDA (Los Angeles Center for Digital Art)

104 East Fourth Street
Los Angeles CA 90013

We are pleased to be showing ‘The Brain’ at LACDA The Los Angeles Center For Digital Art, if you are in LA then the work is on show from the 8th to the 15 of December.

 

 

 

 

 

 

12th November 2016

From Galileo to Mars: Renaissance of the Artsciences

Cinema Odeon - Piazza Strozzi

SACI - Palazzo dei Cartelloni - Via Sant' Antonino 11

Florence, Italy

09:00 - 18:00

We're delighted to announce that we'll be taking part in a digital exhibition at the symposium From Galileo to Mars – Renaissance of the ArtSciences.

 

This event will be a  full day dedicated to the developments in the relationship between arts and sciences.  It will be analyzed by guests such as the Deputy Administrator of NASA Dava Newman, NASA astronaut, engineer and artist Nicole Stott, Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli, architect and designer Guillermo Trotti, CEO of Dainese D-air Lab Vittorio Cafaggi, and artist and professor Lia Halloran. 

 

The day will comprise of  a symposium at Cinema Odeon Piazza Strozzi, Firenze in the morning ending with a Round Table Discussion with all guest speakers, then in the afternoon the exhibition will open at the Palazzo dei Cartelloni (SACI) Via Sant'Antonino 11

 

This event is free and open to the public but you need to RSVP

 

For more information click here 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4th November 2016

Science and Art Twilight Networking Event

Royal Society of Chemistry, 

Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA

17:30-19:30

Following the success of Science has no Borders: Unwrapped!, we're delighted to announce that we'll be exhibiting at none other than the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) in Burlington House!

 

Science and Art Twilight is an event that will give those interested in science and art the opportunity to have a go at exciting hands-on activities, look at cross-curricular links and network with others.  

 

Adam and I are excited to be taking part and will be exhibiting  alongside the following organisations:
 

-Royal Society of Chemists

-Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology
-Royal Veterinary College
-King's College London
-Royal Institution
-Institute of Physics
-Royal Veterinary College
-University of Kent and Discovery Planet

 

Please note that this is a members only event so if you would like to attend please email giselle@jamesrobertwhiteart.com at least three days before the event.  

 

More information about the event can be found here 

18:30- 20:30

26th September 2016

Science has no Borders: Unwrapped! 

Touch| Play| Learn Interactive Exhibition & Inspiring Talks

UCL

Part of DITO (Doing it Together Science) who celebrate and support DIY and grassroots initiatives in science and technology (3 year project funded by the European Commission), Science has no Borders: Unwrapped! (ShnB) is about co-creating purposeful experiences that enrich our understanding of ourselves, the world around us, and our relationship (s) to it.
 

This event Touch|Play|Learn will be an interactive exhibition and will includes a series of short inspiring talks. Adam Timlett will be giving a talk about ‘Complexity’ and how it relates to the glass art.

 

We'll both be there hosting an exhibition 'workstation' where we’ll be showcasing art, presenting Game of Life by Conway as well as showing Complexity Science videos.

 

For tickets click here

© 2017 by GJ.

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