A symposium, book launch and screening organised by the Royal College of Art in collaboration with FACT. Part of the Time and Motion: Redefining Working Life exhibition

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6 March / 2pm - 8.30pm / Royal College of Art, Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN

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2pm / How is digital transformation changing our working lives?
Speakers include workplace experts, artists, designers and researchers: Frank Duffy, CBE; Anna Coote, New Economics Foundation; Ellie Harrison, artist; Helen Kaplinsky, curator; John Howkins, Chair of CX Leadership Board; Professor Richard Koeck, University of Liverpool; Sam Meech, artist; Professor Jeremy Myerson, RCA; Professor Mike Stubbs, FACT; Emily Gee, FACT; Ben Dalton, RCA; John Fass, RCA; Bronac Ferran, RCA, along with artists and designers who contributed works to the Time & Motion exhibition.

5.30pm / Launch of the Time & Motion: Redefining Working Life book 

6.30pm / Screening of The Big Melt - How Steel Made Us Hard
(directed by Martin Wallace and Jarvis Cocker) Followed by Q&A with Martin Wallace

Time & Motion is a RCA initiative in collaboration with FACT funded through The Creative Exchange. The symposium is also supported by London Creative & Digital Fusion