AIR: Arts Informatics Research
Arts-Informatics Research (AIR) is a research programme of the School
of Informatics, at the interface between informatics and
AIR is a umbrella for a number of initiatives which bring together
researchers and practitioners, exploring the cultural significance of
- InSpace: a research site and exhibition space for exploring the
cultural significance of informatics. This will be part of the new
informatics building on the Crichton Street car park. The building is due for
completion in mid 2008; it is hoped that InSpace will be operational
within a few months.
- Research Artist in Residence: from November 2005, Informatics is
hosting a Research Artist in Residence, Richard Brown, who will
eventually be located in the Informatics Forum. He will be working
with Informatics researchers, aiming towards the InSpace project, and
developing the arts commissioning policy, for the new Informatics
- Future Academy/Studiolab: a two year initiative involving the Edinburgh College of Art (eca) and
the University of Edinburgh (UoE).
It developed out of the international
Future Academy research project, supported by eca since
programme in 2005/6 and 2006/7 was intended to help identify highpoints and problem areas
in collaboration between art, architecture, and
- The Research Artist in
- Future Academy/StudioLab.
potentially interesting connections.
- Sign up to
the Arts Informatics Research email list.
- Mail the organiser, Jon
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