Hybridity of space

19 March, 2014

The activities are informed by a phenomenological approach¬†¬†adopted in the dialogic¬† and interactive activities in physical space, in relation to the ‚Äėspace of flows‚Äô (from the condition of embedding technology in our daily life). In particular the actvities will¬†¬†emphasise arising issues of simulataneity and presentness within the encounters and creative undertakings¬†. All of this will thus happen in a¬† new hybrid space .

Castells, M. (2011) The Rise of the Network Society, Wiley & Blackwell


ROCKFLUID is awarded Grants for the Arts, Arts Council of England, within the Escalator Programme. ROCKFLUID is supported by Colchester Arts Centre, Wysing Arts Centre and the University of Cambridge, while opening up to other collaborating institutions.


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