Tagged as: art and science
CMCC Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra”
The Award is open to individuals, teams or organizations, regardless of nationality. Eligible submissions must present projects, initiatives and tools that communicate climate change through various forms such as arts, theatre, video making, podcasts, music, photography, journalism, gaming, education, data visualization, editorial contents and the use of digital channels and tools. Scientific reports and capacity building projects are not intended as communication projects, therefore are not eli...
More than planet: Ocean-Space-Ocean edition
This "Ocean-Space-Ocean" edition of the "More-Than-Planet" symposium series will bring together artists and researchers to question the role of the oceans in planetary balances and the perspectives offered by marine biodiversity in the ecological transition.
With the rise of technical media, a turning point had come: artists began to take an interest in the use of “scientific” tools. Today, both disciplines increasingly work with the same tools, methods, and programs. This common »pool of tools« points to the beginning of a new renaissance, similarly realized by the Italian Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci discussed in his »Trattato della Pittura« (around 1500): "Se la pittura è scienza o no" and came to the conclusion: painting is a science.
Founded in 2000, by Oron Catts, Miranda Grounds, and Stuart Bunt, SymbioticA is a biological art research center at The University of Western Australia. Over the last 22 years, led by Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, SymbioticA has become the world’s pioneer in art/science education, research and design. SymbioticA is an international leader in the art and science field and became a Centre for Excellence in 2008.
Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere
"Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere" brings together over a dozen international artists whose work prompts us to reexamine our human relationships to the planet’s biosphere through the lens of symbiosis, or “with living.”
The Beauty of Early Life / It’s about Life
The Beauty of Early Life. Traces of Early Life ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe An exhibition in cooperation with the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe Sat, 26.03.2022 – Sun, 10.07.2022 Atrium 8+9, 1st floor Cost: Museum Admission The exhibition takes us on a journey back through time to the origin of life. How did life first get started? Where can we still find traces of the earliest life forms today? Why is it important to look at the past in order to develop an und...
Changing the Ground
The JRC SciArt project is pleased to announce its upcoming series of conferences Changing the Ground to reconsider the post-covid worldview, which, in our opinion, requires a closer collaboration between art and science amongst other urgent changes that are needed to confront the challenges before us.