We are delighted to welcome artist Anna Ridler alongside writer Georgia Ward Dyer and Sylvia Travers from RHS Garden Bridgewater to discuss the notion of keeping time and forms of intelligence in the natural world.
Anna works with AI (artificial intelligence) to explore the ways in which we understand, categorise and interpret the world around us. Her new work Circadian Bloom will be on display in the café area of the Museum.
Georgia Ward Dyer is a writer, artist and curator interested in the relationship between people and plants, and how we communicate through word and image.
Sylvia Travers is a doctor of pomology and led the walled garden curatorial team in the installation of the Kitchen and Paradise Gardens at RHS Garden Bridgewater.
Circadian Bloom is commissioned by University of Salford Art Collection.
FREE, booking required.
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