Category Archives: The Moustachio Quartet

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, … Continue reading

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States of Mind~ at the WELLCOME COLLECTION.

  Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of The Captured Thought, along with Prof. Murray Shanahan, Imperial College, London [and scientific adviser to the film Ex Machina] have been experiencing the Mist Room in the ‘State of Mind’ exhibition at the Wellcome Collection. … Continue reading

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Workshop on Convergent Minds. BOSTON COLLOQUIUEM FOR PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. Boston U.S.A.

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Memory as a Shared Subjective Experience.

British Library Annual Science Event~ Memory Matters. October 30th 2015 British Library. 7.00-9.30pm. Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins will discuss memory as a shared subjective experience using evidences from science and the arts to explore the complex relationship between memory … Continue reading

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

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CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL of IDEAS. Of Memories, Mental Time Travel and The Moustachio Quartet~ featuring La Jetée (1962)

Pre-Booking available for this showing of Chris Marker’s 1962 film, ‘La Jetee’ followed by a short talk and discussion of the themes involved with reference to similar ideas expressed in Clive Wilkins’ novels ‘The Moustachio Quartet’. This presentation takes place as part of … Continue reading

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The Trip to Cordes-sur-ciel. As part of the M4 Conference.

Not all those contributing and lecturing during the conference week were able to attend the last days excursion to Cordes-sur-ciel unfortunately. The trip proved to be a delightful way to round off an intense week of exploration and analysis of … Continue reading

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