Georgia Ward Dyer is an artist and creative researcher from London. Her work is often process-led and reflects on philosophical questions of ontology and communication, particularly relating to performances and inscriptions of language. She previously studied Philosophy at the University of Cambridge and also has degrees from the Royal College of Art and from University of the Arts London.
Talfan Evans is a neuroscientist in the Space and Memory group at the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. His work examines the neural circuits underlying spatial navigation and memory.
The discussion will be followed up by a performance of Autumn Waters.
Autumn Waters is a collaborative interdisciplinary project on the theme of patterns, language and movement. The project is based on an ancient Chinese philosophy text 'Autumn Waters' which debates the meaning of words and questions definitions and fixed rules.