TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin

The Unfathomability of it All with Andrew Kötting: Talk + Screenings

Fri 20 May 2022

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A dreamlike scene; a man wearing a ruff does brain surgery on a doll. Behind him is a large image of medical equipment.

Still from 'Mapping Perception', Andrew Kötting (2002)

An exploratory talk from the celebrated artist Andrew Kötting which draws on over 20 years of artistic collaboration with his daughter, Eden, who was born with a rare neurological disorder, Joubert Syndrome. Illustrated by screenings of works from throughout their collaboration - including Mapping Perception, This Our Still Life, and Diseased & Disorderly - Kötting examines what their shared artistic process has revealed about the nature of perception.

TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin (18-21 May)

Part of a programme of exhibitions, screenings, artist talks, and workshops exploring sense perception as our common ground for experiencing the world. Co-hosted by the University of Glasgow, in partnership with Deafblind Scotland, LUX Scotland, and the Centre for Contemporary Arts.

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Event Type

Film

Talks & Events

Location

Cinema

Time

5:30pm — 8:00pm

Doors open: 5:15pm

Ages

14+ accompanied by an adult

Ticketing

Free but ticketed

Accessibility

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Additional info:

Please contact arts-events@glasgow.ac.uk during booking to advise us of your access needs.