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Art and Other Worlds

A panel discussion exploring the question of art beyond the immediate visible. As part of Camberwell Arts Festival

Our knowledge has reached out further than ever before, yet at the same time we speak of art having its own 'art world', its own local habitat. Such less familiar 'worlds' may be those revealed through the sciences - the extraordinarily small or the unimaginably large, the chemistry of the brain - or what can be accessed through meditation, or what can be visualized through new technology, through the internet.

A panel discussion will explore the question of how artists can make connections in their work beyond what is immediately visible, beyond the conventional subjects.

The panel will include:

Matthew Collings artist, writer, broadcaster, who is developing a new TV programme called 'Civilisation'.

Dr Mike King, artist and writer, who is writing a book on the spiritual in art.

Sian Ede, arts Director of the UK Branch of the Gulbenkian Foundation, author of 'Art and Science'.

Andrew Carnie, artist, and

James Faure Walker, artist, author of 'Painting the Digital River: How an Artist Learned to Love the Computer'.

This event is a part of the Camberwell Arts Festival (24 June - 2 July), which is organised by Camberwell Arts, Camberwell College of Arts and the South London Gallery.


Matthew Collings | talks
Dr Mike King | talks
Ms Sian Ede | talks | www
Andrew Carnie | talks
James Faure Walker | talks


Date and Time:

28 June 2006 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Camberwell College of Arts
Lecture Hall
Wilson Road
020 7514 6402

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Tickets £5 / £3.50 concessions

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Tickets from www.cochranetheatre.co.uk or call 020 7269 1606

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