The Bartlett School of Architecture


Performance Interactions: Irini Papadimitriou

25 May 2020, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

AAR: Augmented Acoustic Realities, Qianhua Fu

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Ruairi Glynn


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About this series

Performance Interactions is a weekly lecture series that focuses on robotics, machine learning and curation. Lectures take place every Monday.

This series is organised by Ruairi Glynn, Programme Director of Design for Performance & Interaction MArch.

Speaker biography

Irini Papadimitriou is a curator, cultural manager and Creative Director of FutureEverything, an innovation lab and arts organisation in Manchester. Previously, she was Digital Programmes Manager at the V&A Museum, where she initiated and curated the annual Digital Design Weekend festival and Digital Futures, among other programmes. 

Her display, Artificially Intelligent, was exhibited at the V&A in 2018, and confronted humanity’s complex relationships with technology and AI, invisible technological infrastructures and boundaries of humanness. 

Irini has been a co-curator for the Arts & Culture experience at Mozilla Festival, and in October 2019 she co-curated an exhibition on Better Machine Decision Making. She is also a co-founder of Maker Assembly, a critical gathering about maker culture, an Associate at IWM Institute, and she has been a recipient of curatorial research programmes such as MOBIUS (Finnish Institute), Art Fund, Mondriaan Fonds and British Council.

Check out Irini on Instagram.

Image: AAR: Augmented Acoustic Realities, by Qianhua Fu, Design for Performance & Interaction student 2019.