All in Gabriella Warren-Smith
It is no secret that kids spend a great deal of their time online, but what does this mean for parents, and should they be doing anything about it? This essay will provide some insight into some common misconceptions often made in relation to generations and digital technology.
Q&A at Tate Liverpool with Patrizia Constantin and Gabriella Warren-Smith.
In the fourth event of the Cognitive Sensations programme, THECUBE became host to a conversation exploring the impact of the digital age on identity and health.
On Wednesday 20th February, I was very excited to host the third event of the Cognitive Sensations programme at FACT.
‘Attention and Memory in the Digital Age’ was a well attended event opening up an intriguing array of questions about our present and future in a technologically saturated society.
Join us on January 22nd at 6.30pm for the second panel discussion of Cognitive Sensations, to discuss the impact of digital technology on attention and memory.
“In the fast-paced context of the human-reared digital age, we must take into account that this environment is laced with the sensory-demanding outputs of digital culture and technology”
On the morning of the opening, we are getting very excited for our panel discussion exploring perception, and would like to share a promo video with you for Cognitive Sensations.
Please join us on November 20th (6.30pm - 9.00pm) at THECUBE, for the opening of Cognitive Sensations, an exhibition and events programme exploring the neurological effects of the digital age.
Cognitive Sensations is a programme investigating the neurological effects of the digital age.