May 2010: The Evolution of Failure

Mouse testing the distillate of Failure and getting drunk

This May, to complement the 4 short films made last months, I have produced a live performative lecture, that I gave on the 28th of April for my MAFA assessment (2nd semester), with Colin G. Reaney as external examiner.

It is a  short, fully illustrated, 5-minute lecture, exposing the reasons for why despite appearing counter-productive, failures are not about to go extinct in the laboratory.

As usual, if you would like to hear the lecture or have me perform it for your audience, please feel free to contact me through a comment  below. The videos are attracting attention outside the arts scene too, from scientists, science educators and large companies (training in risk-taking).

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3 Responses to “May 2010: The Evolution of Failure”
  1. Tienny says:

    Isabelle, is it available for viewing?

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