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Curator's Talk Helen Sloan

Helen Sloan

20 May, 2009
17.00 hrs
Lecture Theatre, Woodlane, Falmouth


Helen Sloan Helen Sloan has worked as a curator, researcher, writer, editor and producer in media arts and culture since late 1980s. Since 2003, she has been Director of SCAN, a networked organisation and creative development agency for media arts hosted in the prestigious Media School at Bournemouth University. SCAN delivers media arts projects and strategic initiatives in arts organisations, academic institutions and further aspects of the public realm.

Helen has worked both freelance and as a curator at organisations such as Camerawork, FACT, ICA and Site Gallery as well as directing festivals such as Across Two Cultures in Newcastle 1996 (an early conference on the overlapping practice of creative thinking in arts and science) and Metapod, Birmingham 2001 - 2.

Current areas of interest and curatorial work include the points of intersection of science and culture, immersive environments, media arts and the creative economy, nanotechnology, and wearable and soft technologies.

Helen Sloan will present the work of SCAN looking at collaboration, support of the artist and the continuing impact of technology on arts and interdisciplinary practice.