On 26 September 2010, we welcomed visitors to this award-winning building, to learn about informatics research and explore its cultural significance.
The Informatics Forum, which has won numerous design awards and is home to the University of Edinburgh’s world-leading School of Informatics.
At Inspace, visitors discovered a new frontier in public engagement. Inspace is both a gallery and a laboratory. Its mission is to explore the cultural significance of informatics through new media practice.
Tours featured aspects of this innovative building, magnificent artworks including prints and sculptures by Eduardo Paolozzi, and a showcase of research in Informatics.
This article was published on Oct 21, 2010