Lecture to address making mobile art

Art can take the temperature of a culture and allow us to gauge ourselves through our sensual and perceptual experiences, says Paula Gardner.

An associate professor in the Faculty of Liberal Studies at the Ontario College of Art & Design, she will discuss her approach in a free public lecture, “Making Mobile Art: Consumption and Embodied Looking from Stereoscopy to Everyday EEG,” Wednesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in room 115, LeBel Building.

Dr. Gardner is a communication and new media studies practitioner and scholar who collaborates in the creation of critical new media projects that query science and computational logics.

Her talk is sponsored by the IN/ TERMINUS Centre for Media, Art, and Urban Ecologies, which brings together researchers and artists committed to exploring the boundaries between media, arts, science, technologies, and the built environment.