Workshops Past event Friday, 5 November 2021

Friday Forum: Through the Looking-Glass

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the publication of 'Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There', this symposium invites scientists, artists and designers to explore how the themes of the book have sparked new ideas in our world.

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Past Event
Friday Forum: Through the Looking-Glass photo

Join us to imagine the impossible and discover Looking-Glass worlds, from the A.L.I.C.E project to VR experiences. Explore the psychological ideas of 'Through the Looking-Glass' from perception and identity to the neuroscience of creativity, and celebrate its themes of empowerment from chess to transformation.

Speakers include Ariane Koek, a world leader and visionary in the field of science and art, as well as Dr Anna Abraham, a professor in psychology specialising in the study of creativity, imagination and social cognition. We’ll also be joined by Adam Haar Horowitz, a self-proclaimed engineer of dreams whose work aims to augment human awareness and award-winning costume designer Gabriele Binder best known for her work as costume designer for The Queens’s Gambit.

The Friday Forum format gives you the chance to ask our speakers questions during the live event or re-watch the content in your own time wherever you are in the world for up to a week after the live event.

Places are limited: book now to avoid disappointment.

Students get 50% off with a valid student ID.

Background image: Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser Exhibition; Luke Hall's looking glass Installation