A WORLD WITHOUT WORDS III
September 30th | 7pm-9pm
The first speaker will be philosopher Jamie Brassett who will discuss the emergent properties of consciousness, elaborating on philosophical and physiological interactions.
Next up, computer scientist Conrad Wolfram will speak about computer human-machine interaction in the age of mass data, and the need for linguistic evolution to enable verbalization of technical ideas.
Finally, biologist Rupert Sheldrake will close the evening’s talks with an exploration of his work on Morphic Resonance. He will speak about the dominance of scientific materialism, citing what he believes is the interconnected intelligence of all matter.
The audience will have a chance to ask questions for 15 minutes following the final talk.
Drinks will be available from 9.00 until 9.30pm in the Drawing Room at Pennethorne.
Admission is free. Booking is essential.
a World without Words explores the nature of human language, bringing together contemporary practitioners & pioneers in neuroscience and sensory aesthetics, to offer a fascinating and playful exploration of how words form our world. www.aworldwithoutwords.com The project is curated by writer & filmmaker Lotje Sodderland, artist & material engineer Thomas Duggan, and myself.
a World without Words IV will take place in October and the program will come to end for now, for our fifth and final event in November 2015.