We were recently presenting at a Science Has no Borders: Unwrapped! (ShnB) interactive event at UCL that was really exciting to be a part of.
ShnB is about co-creating purposeful technology that enriches our culture, and our relationship to the world around us. We were delighted to be invited to take part in the exhibition which also included a series of inspiring talks.
Amongst the speakers was our very own Adam Timlett who talked about his personal journey into the study of ‘Complexity’, how it relates to art and the study of history, and how scientists and society can benefit from complexity research.
We also had an exhibition stand which we set up to showcase the glass art on large screens, as well as showing interactive examples of complexity science. We were honoured to be there amongst a host of other organisations including the Public Laboratory for Open Technology, Waag Society, Media Lab Prado, Bioscope, Kesnikova Institute, Royal College of Art researchers and Ignite Futures.
We had some really interesting conversations and the turnout was much bigger than expected with plenty of interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners, scientists, business people and academics attending.