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Slides from AHRC Digital Transformations Moot, showing selection of objects representing digital transformations

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  • AcknowledgementsThe AHRC would like to thank the following people forhelping to make the Digital Transformations Mootpossible:•The speakers, performers and contributors•Professor Andrew Prescott, Digital TransformationsTheme Leadership Fellow, King’s College London•Professor Tim Hitchcock, Chair of the DigitalTransformations Theme Advisory Group, University ofHertfordshire•The members of the Digital Transformations ThemeAdvisory Group
  • Acknowledgements, cont’d• Kirsty Pitkin, Event Amplifier• Bronac Ferran, Curator and WriterBronac Ferran is a London-based curator and writer. A former Director of Interdisciplinary Arts at Arts Council England she specialises in work crossing disciplines, especially art, science and technology. She was a member of the Hybrid Arts jury for Prix Ars Electronica in 2010 and 2011 and Transmediale Festival in 2009. Her most recent exhibition was Poetry, Language, Code at the Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge for the Visualise Public Art programme in summer 2012 where artists included Eduardo Kac, Gustav Metzger, London Fieldworks and William Latham. She is regularly commissioned to write visual arts exhibition essays including a text about Gustav Metzger for a forthcoming exhibition by London Fieldworks at the Work Gallery opening at the end of November. She has facilitated and organised events for the AHRC, British Council, Nesta , RCA and other organisations in Beijing, Berlin, Birmingham, Liverpool, and various parts of Brazil.