best maria x
a) *Mutation Art, Computer Games And The Return To Mutator*
Date: Monday, May 15, 2006, Time: 17h30-19h
Goldsmiths College, Ian Gulland Theater http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/find-us/campus-map.php
William Latham is internationally well known for his pioneering Mutation Art and evolution work produced between '87 and '94 at the IBM UK Scientific Centre in Winchester. From '94 to '03 he was founder and CEO of computer games developer "Computer Artworks;" hit titles include the award winning Playstation 2 game "The THING" and "Evolva." In 2004 he founded Games Audit a specialist company working for Investors, Banks and Publishers. William is Running Stream Professor of Creative Technology at Leeds Metropolitan University and is a Research Fellow of Goldsmiths College (University of London). In Q4 2005 he finally returned to work on his Mutation Art again, which had been frozen for 12 years...
Seminar --- Digital Studios http://www.doc.gold.ac.uk/creative.html Contacts: Profs. Janis Jefferies & Frederic Fol Leymarie <j.jefferies@xxxxxxxxxx> , <ffl@xxxxxxxxxx>
Goldsmiths College Library Special Collections would like to invite you to please join us as we launch The Women's Art Library/Make in Goldsmiths College on Wednesday, 17th May at 5.30 in the Lecture Theatre and Seminar Room, Ben Pimlott Building.
The Warden, Geoffrey Crossick will formally welcome the collection along with Professor Janis Jefferies and Mary Nixon. The collection will be represented by a slide show of images chosen by College academic staff in an ongoing project representing the multi-disciplinary community of Goldsmiths. The evening will also feature a screening of recent short videos by contemporary women artists, some of whom are enrolled in Goldsmiths' Fine Art PhD Research Programme.
Kindly R.S.V.P. as refreshments will be served, to special.collections@xxxxxxxxxx or tel. 020 7717 2295 (x2295). The reception will finish at 8pm.
For further details please contact: Jacqueline Cooke, 020 7919 7166 e: j.cooke@xxxxxxxxxx, or Althea Greenan, 020 7717 2295, e: a.greenan@xxxxxxxxxx, or see http://make.gold.ac.uk
Entry to the Ben Pimlott Building is via St. James, off New Cross Road, SE14. See http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/find-us/ for directions.