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Artist & Writer

The Captured Thought in China~ more details coming soon…

 

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The Myths and Mechanics of Memory. University of Cambridge. Institute of Continuing Education. Madingley, Cambridgeshire. A one day workshop with The Captured Thought. 11th November 2017.

A day of lectures and workshops exploring memory, perception and consciousness with Prof. Nicky Clayton and the artist Clive Wilkins. Mental time travel allows us to re-visit our memories and imagine future scenarios. In this day of lectures and co-ordinated … Continue reading

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STOP PRESS~ The Captured Thought, featuring The Moustachio Quartet, has been invited to appear at the Hay Literary Festival for a second time.

Prof. Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins under the auspices of their arts/science collaboration The Captured Thought will present The Moustachio Quartet to the Hay Literary Festival 2018. Their appearance will coincide with the publication of the last novel in the … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought Chinese Lectures with Cambridge International Education & Cultural Centre. 1st-12th December 2017.

The tour to mainland China will involve visits to three provinces and a series of lectures.

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Coming soon to The Barbican, London, 6.30pm 12th December 2017~ The Captured Thought discuss La Jetée and The Blood of a Poet in a special ‘Science on Screen’ screening.

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Torschlusspanik. A documentary on time by Agnese Abrusci and Theo Byström ~with a contribution from The Captured Thought.

Follow the link to view the film https://youtu.be/_EXGP3z9cNQ Torschlusspanik~ Last minute panic. Although in Tango dancers transcend time.

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The myths and mechanics of memory and mental time travel. A one day workshop at the Institute of Continuing Education. Cambridge. 11th November 2017

http://www.ice.cam.ac.uk/course/myths-and-mechanics-memory-and-mental-time-travel Mental time travel allows us to re-visit our memories and imagine future scenarios. In this day of lectures and co-ordinated workshops we explore the complex relationships between memory and human experience, integrating evidence from science and the arts to … Continue reading

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