The schedule to the Data Ache conference will be published here soon.
Exhibition and Performances
Exhibitions and performances will take place across the university and the city.
We will be hosting a range of Data Ache artworks at the Radiant Gallery. Directed by Effervescent, Radiant Gallery hosts an eclectic curatorial programme which is very concerned with what it is to be a person, experimenting with ways that move away from the “education” of audiences, and into seduction and immersion by curating collaboratively with people who have never curated before.
A range of performances, screenings and talks will be taking place in The House, our state of the art performing arts centre located in the city’s central quarter, adjacent to the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.
Immersive Vision Theatre
The Immersive Vision Theatre is a transdisciplinary instrument for the manifestation of material and imaginary worlds. Plymouth University’s William Day Planetarium (built in 1967) has been reborn as a 40 seat Immersive Vision Theatre (IVT).
Conference Meal and Wine Reception
We round off the opening day of the conference (Sunday 10th September) with a wine reception at Radiant Gallery from 6.00pm.
The conference dinner will take place at the National Marine Aquarium, the largest public aquarium in the UK, on Tuesday 12th September. Their awe-inspiring exhibits, featuring marine animals from near and far, provide an environment that intrigues, inspires and motivates our visitors to engage with our conservation messages and hopefully do their bit to help protect the marine environment.