Thursday, 4 June 2009

Late at the Auckland Museum - tonight - Virtual Identity

Auckland Museum - LATE series
There is still time to book a seat and head on up the hill to Auckland Museum for this month's LATE 05 :-

"LATE 05 , at Auckland Museum, explores how our convergence with technology is reshaping our identity. The evening features music by indie-pop sensation Lawrence Arabia and New Zealand Laureate-winning sound artist Phil Dadson, who performs as the EARS trio with John Bell and Paul Winstanley"

The Panel on Virtual Identity
The discussion will be moderated by Finlay Macdonald, who together with guests, asks if the pursuit of identity has become virtual, and is this just another step in human evolution.

Panellists include Russell Brown, Public Address; technology guru Nat Torkington; and Wayne Hope, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at AUT.

As a part of the gig, the whole Museum is open to the public on the night, including the Sonic Museum exhibition. More

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