Kempelen - Man in the Machine Symposium

WORK DATA

Category:
EVENT (collection)
Type:
conference
Creation Date:
2007-03-24 - 2007-03-25
Language:
English, Hungarian

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Original Title (Hungarian):
Kempelen - Ember a gépben szimpózium
Location:
Budapest, Műcsarnok, Törley-terem / Kunsthalle, Törley Hall
Part of Collection:
Works in this Collection:
 
TITLE PERSON TYPE CREATION DATE
still 18th Century Chess Life in Hungary György Blahó,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-24
still Early Experimental Phonetics and Speech Communication in Germany - Historic Traces in the Collection of the TU Dresden Rüdiger Hoffmann,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-25
still Hungarian and French Chess Relations from Kempelen to Duchamp Iván Bottlik
presentation
2007-03-24
still John Gaughan in Conversation with Miklós Peternák and József Mélyi Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi,
John Gaughan
and others
discussion
2007-03-25
still Kempelen's Artful Science, His Poetical Writings and an Early Source from 1769 Brigitte Felderer,
Ernst Strouhal,
Éva Kozma
and others
presentation
2007-03-24
still On Divine Automatons: Living Machines / Machines of the Living Siegfried Zielinski,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-24
still Pneumatics, Natural Magic and Showmanship in the Early 17th Century: Cornelis Drebbel and His "perpetuum mobile" Arianna Borrelli,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-24
still Presenting Talking Chess Machines Hans-Peter Ketterling,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-25
still Submissive Machines: al-Jazari's Automated Devices Gunalan Nadarajan,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-25
still The Alphabet as a Technology Anthony Moore,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-24
still The Background of a Portrait Miklós Peternák,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-24
still The Trojan Horse in the Studio: Abstraction, Generality and Instrumentality Simon Penny,
Éva Kozma,
Gábor Tálosi
presentation
2007-03-25