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Connecting Principle: Process is a 2 day public event on Wednesday and Thursday May 2nd and 3rd at Newcastle University presenting work by fine artists, musicians, performers and scientists.

Creative projects will take place throughout Culture Lab, the Union Lawn, the Hatton Gallery, and from remote locations in Scotland and Germany. The event will present more than 20 process-based activities including participatory conversations, durational sound - art collaborations, talks, performances, installations, workshops, The Mobile Cinema, a Video Lounge and cafe.

Connecting Principle: Process is a collaboration between Culture Lab and the Fine Art Department of the School of Arts and Cultures working with School of Geography, Politics and Sociology; the Informatics Research Institute; Newcastle University Business School; School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, the School of Marine Science and Technology and the Hatton Gallery. In partnership with: the University of Northumbria at Newcastle, the University of Dundee, the University of Bremen, Transmedia Brussels and the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. Connecting Principle: Process has been developed in partnership with Independent Curator Ele Carpenter.

Programme:
The Programme can be found below. You can also download a pdf copy of the programme by time and alphabetically by artist name.

Wednesday May 2nd

All Day Activities:

Video Lounge, Space 4, featuring:

Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich, Brian Degger, Ginny Reed, Yvonne Leinfelder, Winfried Pauleit, Sneha Solanki, Robert Scheipner, Wolfgang Weileder, Neil Bromwich

Space 5: timetabled events

Space 8:

  • Evening Activities

     

    Thursday May 3rd

    All Day Activities:

    Video Lounge, Space 4, as for day 1, in additional

    Space 5:

    Spaces 4 and 5

    Space 8:

     

    Acknowledgments

    With Special thanks to the following Newcastle University structures who enabled this projet to take place: Culture Lab, Play, Newcastle University Business School, School of Arts and Cultures, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, the Hatton Gallery, and Newcastle Institute for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (NIASSH).

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    Sarah Greenhalgh
    Culture Lab
    Tel. 0191 246 4646

    Wolfgang Weileder
    Fine Art, School of Arts and Cultures
    Tel: 0191 261 2962

    Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, NE1 7RU
    Culture Lab forms part of an evolving network of artists, researchers and scientists 
  at Newcastle University looking at new ways of working across traditional academic 
  boundaries.