Can machines really teach us to be better humans?
Join Public Art Curator Jay Younger in conversation with multimedia artist Georgie Pinn.
A conversation that dives deep into immersive technology and its power to connect via empathy, diversify audiences and generate new forms of creative expression.
Georgie Pinn is a multimedia artist and creative director of interactive installations, film, animation, theatre and music. Her work has been presented internationally at major Cultural centres such as the...View Profile
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