Posts Tagged ‘Science’

Imposter Complex @ Method in Madness

September 8, 2012

Last month, Julian Berengut and I performed Impostor Complex as part of Method in Madness, curated by the ever-talented Megan Garrett-Jones. Allegedly common among academics and other high-achievers, impostor complex describes a person’s inability to internalise their accomplishments, resulting in a belief that they are incompetent despite clear evidence of success in their field. Sufferers […]

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Method in Madness, curated by Megan Garrett-Jones as part of 20/20

August 17, 2012

“Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.” (Polonius to an apparently lovesick Hamlet) A one-night exhibition and performance event featuring: Post Connie Anthes and Julian Berengut Penelope Benton and Alexandra Clapham Marcus Whale and Jonno Watts curated by Megan Garrett-Jones This night is the epic battle of art v science. Failing that, […]

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March 13, 2011

Artist Connie Anthes and physicist Julian Berengut have teamed up to create science-fictional landscapes and futuristic effects, using light alone. The examples staged for ‘Collisions’ are Tantalum (East wall) and Plato‚Äôs Dream #1 (South wall). The genre of science fiction is widely attributed to humble beginnings in the 18th Century with two stories by French […]

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