CAS Consultancy talk: Assembly Effect

19 June 2019


Please bring a small object that relates to your research, interest or simply inspires you.

Join art collective Troika, the first artists appointed to deliver public art at West Cambridge and a panel of thought leaders, as they discuss how art and technology can change the ways we see the world.

Contributors across disciplines will come together to explore how artistic and scientific research collaborations can inform each other in new ways.

Hosted by Dr. Ljiljana Fruk, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, the event will be chaired by Fabienne Nicholas, Head of Consultancy, Contemporary Art Society with international artist collective Troika and writer Christine Harmar-Brown.

This panel discussion is organised by Contemporary Art Society and is part of the public art strategy for West Cambridge. The programme aims to stimulate dialogue between academics, researchers, scientists and artists, through a central theme that interesting things happen at the edge of expertise.

The talk is free but requires reservation. Please email


Should you wish to display the event at your department, please click here to download the poster 


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