This event is part of Charles Csuri: Art & Research, a Memorial Exhibition in Three Acts, a collaborative project featuring a number of free community programs. For the full list of exhibition and event dates, visit the Csuri project page.
A virtual talk with author James Bridle, in conversation with Ohio State Professor Kris Paulsen, will be held on November 7 to discuss Bridle’s book Ways of Being. The book explores the different kinds of intelligence—plant, animal, human, artificial—found in the world. Bridle draws on biology, computation, literature, art, and philosophy to discuss the various forms of intelligence in our world and how we can learn from them to live better and more equitably with one another. Visit The Wexner Center bookstore to purchase your copy of Ways of Being before or after the virtual talk!
James Bridle is a writer, artist and technologist. Their artworks have been commissioned by galleries and institutions and exhibited worldwide and on the internet. Their writing has appeared in magazines and newspapers including Wired, The Atlantic, The New Statesman, The Guardian, and The Financial Times. They are the author of New Dark Age (2018) and Ways of Being (2022), and they wrote and presented “New Ways of Seeing” for BBC Radio 4 in 2019. Their work can be found at http://jamesbridle.com.