200 YEARS OF FRANKENSTEIN

TECHNICAL COLLEGE ČAČAK, SERBIA

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200 YEARS OF FRANKENSTEIN: RE-INVENTED BY TECHNOLOGY

TCC WORKSHOP, October 2018, Room 115, First Floor

Franken-robotswill be designed by students and visitors on the workshop. Materials used for the design will be various devices and gadgets, electrical wires, valves, shafts, diodes,chips and other. A live streamof the event will be available. A model will be displayed on the Frankenbition fine arts exhibition. The workshop will try to demystify the border delineating a human interference in a robot-like machine-making. All visitors are welcome to participate.

TCC LECTURE& PUBLIC READING , October 2018, Room 112, First Floor

’Mary Shelley as a Myth-Maker: L’écritureféminineRe-visiting the genre’

(Lecturer: Ivana Krsmanovic, PhD in English Romanticism)

A lecture will be illustrated by a set of photographs of Mary Shelley, paper clips and manuscript of the novel by a video projector. A follow-up a panel discussion, questions and answers.

Public reading of ‘Frankenstein’ October 2018, Room 112, First Floor

Join the event of public reading of Mary Shelley’s classic!

TCC FINEARTS EXHIBITION ‘FRANKENBITION’ (October 2018), TCC Hall, First Floor

An exhibit of miscellaneous art and design artefacts (book covers, comics, posters) entitled Frankenbition designed by TCC students inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel. Computer arts solutions (animation, video, video game) also included.The exhibition will present the works exploring the idea of what defines the relationship between technology and humanity.

Frankenmusic’ – modern music play inspired by science-fiction or with technological elements. The opening of the exhibition will be video streamed on the website. The exhibition will be opened until 31st October 2018.

A dramatic enactment of an imaginary interview with Mary Shelley on the success of her novel: ‘Frankenstein 200 years after: a question of authorship’. Dramatization delivered in English. Students actors in 18th century scene and costume.

WELCOME! All events are free for visitors!