Mammary Mountain

Run time: 17:00 – 18:00
Camille Baker from the Royal College of Art is a digital artist, curator, and researcher in immersive experiences. Using various forms of creative technology, her artworks explore the experiences of types of cancer that predominantly affect women, such as breast and women’s reproductive diseases. 
Join her for this year’s Presidential Address for Science and the Arts which will bring us closer to her most recent work Mammary Mountain, an immersive VR experience created with people experiencing the trauma of breast cancer treatment.

Hear about her process and meet her collaborators, VR artist Maf'j Alvarez and Tara Baoth Mooney, to try the experience for yourself.

For access information and directions to this venue, and all British Science Festival venues, please click this link https://britishsciencefestival.org/british-science-festival-2024-venues
Please note that this event involves discussion of cancer and death. 

12 September 2024 - 17:00
East Building EB.G.06, UEL Docklands Campus