Inigo Wilkins — Multi-Level Navigation: Elaborating Freedom through the Acknowledgment and Imposition of Nested Constraints

Keith Mayerson, Buddy (Robot Gorilla), 2004. Oil on linen.

Welcome to a new season of Knowledge Exchange Lectures!

This year we are moving from Goldsmiths into the Royal College.
In order to give back to the speakers we will run the series on a Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) format, with £3 as the suggestion.

The first K’ex Lecture will be:

MULTI-LEVEL NAVIGATION:
ELABORATING FREEDOM THROUGH THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & IMPOSITION OF NESTED CONSTRAINTS
INIGO WILKINS

WEDNESDAY (17TH OF FEB) AT 18h00-19h30, PWYC (~£3)

SCULPTURE SEMINAR ROOM
ROYAL COLLEGE, SCULPTURE SCHOOL
15-26 HOWIE STREET, BATTERSEA, LONDON, SW11 4AS

Inigo Wilkins recently completed his doctoral thesis on the topic of ‘Irreversible Noise’ at the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths. He is co-director of the arts journal and research platform ‘Glass Bead’ which will publish its first issue this month.
Irreversible Noise (blog) | Glass Bead

No suggested reading in advance of the lecture.

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