At the Superposition ASMbly

Sculpting With Light

Alexandra Carr, Giles Gasper and Mark Neyrinck (Artist, Historian, Cosmologist) are at the Superposition, ASMbly at the St John’s Centre in Leeds. We’ve met a very interesting group of artists, scientists and makers of various things, attended a workshop on programming…

and have been enjoying a dynamic range of conversations. The multi-purpose space within the St John’s shopping centre allows for a wide range of activities, for small group sharing of insights and practice, individual reflection on work in progress and finished pieces, and larger group interactions, seminars and impromptu talks. A lot of very similar responses to topics have been raised already – the alignment of the creative process in making to that of academic discovery, the importance of failure (or not quite getting it right and questioning your own assumptions), how to find a common language across disciplines or individuals trying to work towards related end points. The…

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