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RI Lecture given by Professor Nicola Clayton FRS and Clive Wilkins

last modified Nov 01, 2012 10:03 AM
Royal Institution Friday Evening Discourse: 26th October 2012

Artist in Residence, Clive WilkinsProfessor of Comparative Cognition, Nicola Clayton, gave a lecture which covered topics ranging from identity to mental time travel, in collaboration with fine Professor Nicola Claytonartist Clive Wilkins, at the Royal Institution last Friday as part of the Friday Evening Discourse series. Nicola and Clive have established a unique collaboration in order to explore and better understand the subjective experience of thinking, by comparing and contrasting their methods of enquiry into the world around them, informed by science, the arts and the act of being.

Listen to Nicola and Clive talking to Camila Ruz about the subjects covered in the joint lecture on this Guardian podcast.  The Royal Institution audio archive of the discourse is available here.

To read more about Nicola’s work, see the webpages of the Comparative Cognition Lab.


Prof Nicola Clayton & Clive Wilkins at the Royal Institution