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CAS Lecture by Flora Parrott - 'Dipole: Digital Art and Rapid Prototyping'

Mon, 27 Feb 2012

CAS Lecture by Flora Parrott - 'Dipole: Digital Art and Rapid Prototyping'

Tuesday 11th January 2011

Ravensbourne College of Art
North Greenwich

Flora Parrott is a recent graduate of the RCA who uses the creative possibilities of rapid prototyping and 3D printing in her interactive art. She develops sculptures that combine the mechanical and the organic in surprising ways, and her latest work, Dipole, is based on her current residency at the Ryedale Folk Museum on the North York Moors. Parrott is fascinated by the relationship and tension of the topography and underground structure of the Moors and the human desire to uncover the layers beneath the earth.

This CAS Meeting is also our first chance to have a tour of the new Ravensbourne College of Art. Recently relocated to a prime location next to the 02 Dome in North Greenwich, the College has opened a stunning nine-storey building that is full of the latest digital printing, recording and development technologies.

Please note the earlier starting time for the CAS Lecture: 5pm prompt. This is to accommodate the MA students who will be joining us for Flora's lecture.

The best way to reach Ravensbourne is to go on the Jubilee line to North Greenwich tube station and follow the signs to the Dome.

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