16-18 July, Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building.
The Sciences and the Arts have often created intellectual divisions in the way we represent sensing, thinking and action in order to understand the world and our relationship with it.
Distinctions have often been made between brain/mind, sensing/thinking, thought/action and internal/external. Sensory and perceptual information is often inherently ambiguous, the drawing in of information a series of processes to minimise misinterpretations from the environment.
This symposium seeks to interrogate these divisions and the reasons for the existence of the divisions and considers what might be found at the boundaries, the extensities of sensation between these created divided entities, both physical and imagined.
Please register attendance via the above link (last booking date: 12 July 2015).