Rounding off CAN's month of arts & technology, this free panel brings together different artists working with technology and science. We will hear from Seph Li, Donald Shek and one artist TBC about their practice, how they approach combining these two disciplines, and their latest projects.
Register for free now and we will send round joining instructions with a Zoom link nearer the time.
About the panel
Seph Li - Seph experiments with the role of interaction in storytelling using different forms including installation, sculpture, video games, and product prototypes. His projects have been exhibited in L.A.,Tokyo, Barcelona, Shanghai, São Paulo and Macau. His recent CAN digital commission Phase, launched on 1 September and combines high technology with quantum physics, traditional Chinese paintings and Daoism.
Donald Shek - Donald studied architecture at Liverpool University and incorporates architectural elements into his artwork. He mixes a variety of mediums that include screenprinting, drawing, and etching which has gradually expanded to include augmented reality. In 2019, Donald completed a residency at CFCCA in Manchester and in 2020, Donald worked with CAN on Augmented Chinatown 2.0, an app that combines augmented reality with music and drama to explore London Chinatown's layered history.