The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute
The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute is the collaborative hub of research in Media, Arts and Humanities at Sussex. It draws on the Sussex traditions of radicalism and innovation to support our research and creative practice from across the School.
Breaking the Fourth Dimension: A Generative Re-imagining of Chris Marker’s La Jetée: screening and talk
Tuesday 27 February from 16:00 until 18:00
University of Sussex Campus
Adrian Goycoolea navigates the complexities of replicating a classic film using generative.
Our inaugural research theme for 2023/24 is Beginnings.
An ideal start for this new initiative, Beginnings is a multidisciplinary theme that engages with Sussex research in many different ways, encouraging us to think about creation, origins, emergence, natality, and newness. How might ideas of coming-into-being help us think anew about interdisciplinarity, climate change, history, creative practice, and our teaching and research more broadly?
The theme will support events throughout the year, starting with a Beginnings-themed Research Conversation.
Welcoming Priscilla, the Queen of the South, to campus!
We are excited to celebrate the arrival of ‘Priscilla, the Queen of the South’, a sculpture of a Gypsy horse by artist Jake Bowers!