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30th November, 2016

Philosophy and the Visual Arts Salon: Philosopher Sacha Golob in conversation with the artist Kasia Molga

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TCCE was delighted to to present Dr Sacha Golob in conversation with artist Kasia Molga on 11th October 2016, for our fourth Philosophy and the Visual Arts Salon, developed in collaboration with the Philosophy Department at King’s College London.

We have been running various salons together over a number of years and, in so doing, we bring complex philosophical notions into contact with a wider public sphere. This series explores the relationship between philosophy and the visual arts.

At this salon, Kasia Molga and Philosopher Dr Sacha Golob discuss the Digital, the Immersive and the Environmental.

Kasia Molga is an fusion artist working mixing media art, interaction design,  environmental science and creative coding & technology to working on the intersection of art, science, design and technology. She examines human perception and relationship with the planet/nature/environment  in the increasingly technologically mediated world in a context of environmental changes and unforeseen futures. She does so by exploring various aspects of transmitting and manifesting real time environmental and biological data.

'Portrait of your Breath' Photography - Nick Harrison
Image: ‘Portrait of your Breath’ © Photography Nick Harrison

Dr Sacha Golob
Sacha Golob is a lecturer in Philosophy at King’s College London and the Director of the Centre for Philosophy and the Visual Arts; before joining KCL, he was a Research Fellow at Peterhouse, Cambridge. His main interests are in continental philosophy and the philosophy of art.


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