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Dark Garden: heard with a different voice

Dark Garden: heard with a different voice
Dark Garden: heard with a different voice
Dark Garden; Wired In A Different Way is the title of a new work on autism, made for the Norsk Teknisk Museum Oslo Norway: The Norwegian Science And Technology Museum. The work is due to be shown there from September 2012 and was funded by the Norwegian Council For Mental Health (Rådet For Psykisk Helse). Production of the work was organised by Olav Hamran and Henrik Treimo of the museum.

Work started on this project researching current theories and later having conversations with a variety of experts, including Professor Francesca Happe at King's College and members of Uta Firth’s, [emeritus professor of cognitive development], team at the Institute Of Cognitive Neuroscience University College London. Getting to grips with the topic when the science is really at an early stage of its understanding was difficult. The final response is in the form of a large time based work, lasting 25 minutes. The work uses 4 projectors showing images onto a 6 meter by 2’5 meter screen
Carnie, Andrew
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Carnie, Andrew
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Carnie, Andrew (2012) Dark Garden: heard with a different voice.

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Dark Garden; Wired In A Different Way is the title of a new work on autism, made for the Norsk Teknisk Museum Oslo Norway: The Norwegian Science And Technology Museum. The work is due to be shown there from September 2012 and was funded by the Norwegian Council For Mental Health (Rådet For Psykisk Helse). Production of the work was organised by Olav Hamran and Henrik Treimo of the museum.

Work started on this project researching current theories and later having conversations with a variety of experts, including Professor Francesca Happe at King's College and members of Uta Firth’s, [emeritus professor of cognitive development], team at the Institute Of Cognitive Neuroscience University College London. Getting to grips with the topic when the science is really at an early stage of its understanding was difficult. The final response is in the form of a large time based work, lasting 25 minutes. The work uses 4 projectors showing images onto a 6 meter by 2’5 meter screen

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Accepted/In Press date: 13 September 2012
Additional Information: Large scale slide dissolve work exhibited as part of 10 days: Colaborations, Winchester in the Guildhall Space, 2015Later shown at Bridport Art Center in 2016
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 387123
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/387123
PURE UUID: fd6a0da0-c821-475a-8e56-f5b50d504f28

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Date deposited: 19 Feb 2016 09:51
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:44

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