Memory Matters at THE BRITISH LIBRARY.

The Art and Science of the Brain was explored in three lectures during the course of an exciting evening with Nicky and Clive giving a performance called MEMORY AS A SUBJECTIVE SHARED EXPERIENCE, a dynamic duo act that included tango, Nicky’s research on corvids, as showcased in a BBC documentary, and extracts describing mental time travel from Clive’s most recent series of books, ‘The Moustachio Quartet’.

This was followed by a performance of stage ‘memory’ techniques by Chris Rawlins entitled I REMEMBER THINGS. The evening culminated with a talk by Hugo Spiers called MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE. The evening was hosted by Vince Walsh.

The evening was organised by THE BRITISH LIBRARY and UCL NEUROSCIENCE.

Nicky Clayton Clive WilkinsChris RawlinsHugo SpiersMEMORY MATTERSNicky Clayton Clive WilkinsNicky Clayton Clive Wilkins

Nicky Clayton Clive Wilkins
For  more information on THE MOUSTACHIO QUARTET which featured in this lecture please visit:
You can also see them perform in Cambridge this evening at Cambridge University’s Festival of Ideas~ 5-6.30pm, Anglia Ruskin University, Lord Ashcroft Building 002, where there will be a book signing immediately following the performance.

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