Left: Sally O'Reilly. Right: Marco Marengo.
Sally O’Reilly and Marco Marengo are co-leading this creative writing workshop, bringing narrative practices to reflect on energy as it is understood in physics – as the capacity to do the work – and in storytelling – as forces that compel or block movement and interaction. Participants will be taken on a journey of research and speculation guided by writing prompts, with a text to take home.
This is a free to attend, in person workshop with limited capacity, please email P.Wright@brighton.ac.uk to book your place. Materials will be provided. The workshop will take place at Brighton CCA, University of Brighton, 58 – 67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY.
Sally O’Reilly is a writer-maker of fiction, essays, videos, opera libretti, art criticism, performances and hybrid text-image-sound forms that interleave the theoretical, the technical, the comic, the fantastical, the psycho-social… For projects visit www.sallyoreilly.org.uk
Professor Marco Marengo is the Director of Advanced Engineering Centre and Univeristy of Brighton. His research is devoted to the science of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer for ground and space applications. The research activities have a large spectrum of applications, from energy to combustion, from electronic cooling to ice-mitigation techniques, including phase transition phenomena like in pool and flow boiling, icing, evaporation and condensation. Find out more here.
We are organising our events with the following COVID precautions:
Masks are strongly encouraged inside (unless exempt).
Spaces are ventilated.
Sanitisation points will remain throughout the building.
Capacity levels will be managed and advance booking remains in place for this event.
Enhanced cleaning will continue.
Signage and a one way system will remain in place to support social distancing.
The audience will be placed 1m+ apart.