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A new podcast series captures discussions from a Digital | Visual | Cultural event organised by Professor Gillian Rose at St John’s College earlier this year, and explores the intersection between digital visualising technologies and the making of urban publics.

Bite-sized episodes introduce the listener to a range of themes and discussions - including storytelling, technologies, cultural heritage and imagined futures - as well as voices from academia and industry.

Podcasts feature excerpts from talks by Jennifer Gabrys (Cambridge University), Ayona Datta (King’s College London), Philippa Tipper and Clare Walton (Community Action: MK), Monica Degen (Brunel University), Padmini Ray Murray (Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology), Kathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford), John Wylie (Exeter University) and Susa Pop (Public Art Lab).

The next in the series of Digital | Visual | Cultural events focuses on ‘Models, Volume, and Digital 3D Visualisation’, 17 - 18 June 2019 at St John's College. The event is free and you can register online now.

"The podcasts really capture the excitement of conversations between researchers and practitioners during the two-day event. That excitement inspired the programme for the next event, which will look at what 3D digital modelling does in a range of contexts, from forests to driverless cars to archaeological sites.”"

Gillian Rose, Professor of Human Geography

Further information
  • The podcast series is produced by Adam Michael Packer, Alice Watson and Sterling MacKinnon. It is hosted by University of Oxford Podcasts and iTunes U.
  • The Digital | Visual | Cultural series of events are organised by Professor Gillian Rose and Sterling Mackinnon III. Register now to attend 'Models, Volume, and Digital 3D Visualisation’ at St. John’s College, 17-18 June 2019
  • Digital | Visual | Cultural website: