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Five artist-academic project teams have worked together over the last six months to research and develop new critical perspectives on contemporary culture and society. 

The Arts in Society showcase brings together the five project teams to share their findings: 

TECHNOLOGICALLY FABRICATED INTIMACY with Marija Bozinovska Jones and Dr Alessandro Gandini, Department of Digital Humanities: 

What do blockchain technologies bring to the dating market?

MOSSI FORECASTS: READING WEATHER IN BURKINA FASO with Maeve Brennan, Camilla Audia and Frances Crowley, Department of Geography: 

Personal testimonies and first-hand evidence of climate change from rural communities and scientists.

EURO-VISION, OR THE MAKING OF THE AUTOMATED GAZE with FRAUD and Dr Btihaj Ajana, Department of Digital Humanities: 

What does Europe want to see? Investigating the role of analytic and remote sensing technologies in the evolution of migrant flows.

SENSE OF TIME with Ted Hunt and Professor Matthew Soteriou, Department of Philosophy: 

Critical new perspectives on how we individually and collectively perceive and inhabit time.

3 DAYS OF FAT with Thought Collider and Dr Charlotte Mills: 

A series of public experiments, happenings and discussions about our complex relationship with the material fat.

The evening will be hosted by Dr Munira Mirza, Executive Director for Culture at King’s College London.