A Buddha of Superposition or 'An Entangled Voice'
  • Jill Craigie Cinema

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Alexis Kirke

A story of religion and song is constructed live for the cinema audience, about an avowed Buddhist and professional soprano, Lois. This short narrative film is an emotional Artificial Intelligence that re-cuts itself based on how it is ‘feeling’. It is partly driven by a quantum computer installed at the University of Southern California.

Supported by Creative Cultivator at Plymouth University, who nurture and deliver engagement and knowledge transfer between academia and the creative industries.

Date: Sunday 26 February
Time: 
11:00
Venue: 
Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinksy Building, Plymouth University
Ticket Information:
Free admission, booking advised

Part of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival including:

The Art of Inventing Languages

Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta and Singers: Festival Gala Concert

The Voice of the Sea: Research Performance

Voices Without Borders: Research Performance

Come Together: The Sonfication of Lennon and McCartney: Research Performance

The Voice of the Sea: Research Performance

Voices Without Borders: Research Performance

Come Together: The Sonfication of Lennon and McCartney: Research Performance

Silicon Voices: Research Performance

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