Sheffield Site Gallery. Site Sessions: Magic, Dance and Memory with Nicola Clayton and Clive Wilkins

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Nicky and Clive were delighted to receive Professorships from Nanjing University Institute of Technology, China.

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Adventures in China

The Captured Thought gave a series of lectures exploring Psychology, literature and the arts to explore ways of thinking, memory, perception and the impact of art and technology on life. Nicky and Clive visited Nanjing University of the Arts, Nanjing Normal University, South Western University of Finance and Economics at Chengdu, Southwest Jiaotong University, Xaain University, Shaanxi Normal University, Zhenjiang University, Hangzhou Normal University and finally Nanjing University Institute of Technology.Nicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 6.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 15.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 1.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 14.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 13.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 9.jpegNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins 3.jpeg

Nicky and Clive were awarded professorships in the humanities and the arts at the Nanjing Institute of Technology and have been elected honorary Professors at Jiaotong University in Chengdu. The Captured Thought looks forward to its next trip to China and to welcoming CUDC delegates to Cambridge in the near future.

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Site Gallery, Sheffield UK: Magic and Creativity with The Captured Thought~ 20 Dec 2018 6:30pm–9:30pm

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https://www.sitegallery.org/event/site-sessions-magic-and-technology/

https://www.sitegallery.org/event/site-sessions-magic-dance-and-memory/

Imagination is the door to identity. At least, that’s according to extraordinary scientist-artist performer team Nicola Clayton and Clive Wilkins. Over the course of this quirky and interactive evening, the pair will reveal why memory has evolved in the way that it has, incorporating magic, dance and scientific evidence. Nicky’s studies into animal behaviour shine light on the ways we think both with and without words, while artist and magician Clive questions aspects of consciousness, perception and reality through his myriad creative outputs. This lively event will incorporate live tango dancing, conjuring and plenty of opportunities for participation from you!

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~In conversation with Pablo Grassi of Tuebingen University, discussing the Psychology of Magic.

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CSaP Centre for Science and Policy. Meeting of the Horn Fellows 14/15 November 2018, at St. John’s College and Trinity College, Cambridge. Including an invited contribution from The Captured Thought.

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The Psychology of Cognitive Illusions~ a lecture and day of discussion with Fachbereich PSYCHOLOGIE Salzburger Gesellschaft Für Psychologie, Salzberg, Austria.

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