Recent experiences and insights are presented from the European Digital Art and Science Network, which between 2015 and 2017 brought artists to residencies at leading research institutions—CERN, ESO, ESA, and Fraunhofer MEVIS—as well as at Ars Electronica Futurelab.
Perspectives on collaborations betwen art and science are discussed with participating artists, jurors and experts from the cultural and scientific partners.
Introduction and chair by Andreas J. Hirsch.
Sunday, September 10.
|3:15 PM–4:45 PM||Art and Science Residencies—Just a “Fly-by” or really a “Rendezvous”?
Karen O’Flaherty (IE) and Claudia Mignone (IT), representing the European Space Agency
Aoife van Linden Tol (IE) and Sarah Petkus (US), artists
Sabrina Haase (DE) and Bianka Hofmann (DE), Fraunhofer MEVIS
|4:50 PM–5:30 PM||The Conversation of Artists and Scientists—Why do they need Curators?
Aisling Murray (ES), Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin
Antoine Conjard (FR), L’Atelier Arts Science Grenoble
|5:35 PM–6:15 PM||From Encounter to Collaboration—A Quantum Shift in Art & Science?
Victoria Vesna (US), UCLA Art|Sci Center
Jurij Krpan (SI), Kapelica Gallery, Ljubljana
At this conference the accompanying publication is presented: The Practice of Art and Science, Gerfried Stocker, Andreas J. Hirsch (ed.), published by Ars Electronica and the European Digital Art and Science Network, Hatje Cantz, Berlin 2017.