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Pecha Kucha at Oxford Summer School

Published: Tues 04 Aug 2015
Pecha Kucha at Oxford Summer School

University of Bradford Design Lecturer, Kate Johnson, recently presented a Pecha Kucha progress report on her art piece.

The meeting, which took place with AHRC representatives in Oxford, Rhodes House was part of the 'Digital Humanities at Oxford' Summer School 2015.

For those unfamiliar with Pecha Kucha, it is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. It guarantees pace and keeps the audiences interest.

Kate explained how her art piece explores creativity, destruction and transformation, concepts fundamental to humanity. She is creating the piece in association with the AHRC funded 'Fragmented Heritage' Project, Digital Transformations theme.  

A figurative sculpture will be created, ceremonially broken and the resulting fragments refitted using digital technologies being developed by Bradford University archaeologists from the 'Fragmented Heritage' project.

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