Pecha Kucha video: ‘Identities, Creativity, Practice, Process and Change’

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It is, by now, a tradition that each year I do a Pecha Kucha talk – 20 slides, 20 seconds each – for The Creative School’s Rubix conference. In this February 2024 edition, I consider my ‘basket of things‘, and the talk takes in music, the practice-based PhD, the Reframing Creativity project, queer abstraction and Francisco-Fernando Granados, Kalaisan Kalaichelvan, Hildegard of Bingen, and the relationships and conversations that tie it all together.

When you’ve prepared a talk, with slides, that lasts for 6 minutes and 40 seconds, it’s very straightforward to then create a YouTube video, with the talking and the slides, that lasts for 6 minutes and 40 seconds, which is a good size of YouTube video. So here it is:

In a Pecha Kucha, the slides always advance automatically every 20 seconds, which is good and fun (and nerve-jangling) in the live performance. For this video version, I just advanced the slides at the most appropriate point, because that seems a bit better video-wise. I acknowledge that this is dreadful behaviour, and can only apologize.


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