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Sarah Kenderdine, professor at the UNSW Art & Design, will present three talks across New Zealand in April.

Sarah Kenderdine, professor at the UNSW Art & Design, will present three talks across New Zealand in April.

Sarah is Professor at University of New South Wales Art & Design where she is the founding director of the transdisciplinary Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre (EPICentre), pioneering new visualization infrastructures and projects across the arts and sciences.

Sarah Kenderdine is not an architect, but an archeologist working on numerous heritage sites around the world including China, India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. She was awarded her PHD entitled “in-situ: Immersive Architectures for the Embodiment of Culture and Heritage” and is at the forefront of new methods of digitally capturing and publicly exhibiting built and cultural heritage through interactive augmented reality in libraries, art galleries and museums all around the world.

Her virtual environments and applications are also being adopted by the sciences to provide solutions for research in big data.

Sarah will present three talks on ’Architecture for the senses: Cultural heritage in the age of experience’ across New Zealand in April. She will talk about her research work at the forefront of digitally interactive and immersive experiences. 

Auckland

Wednesday 5 April: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Auckland Art Gallery
Buy tickets here.

Christchurch

Thursday 6 April: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
The Piano Auditorium, 156 Armagh Street
Buy tickets here.

Wellington

Saturday 8 April: 6.30pm to 8.3opm
Futuna Chapel, Friend Street, Karori
Buy tickets here.

Bookings essential. CPD points available.


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