Credit: Florian Voggeneder
In the first panel “Art Science: From Vision to Practice” Prof. Hiroshi Ishii from MIT Media Lab’s Tangible Media Group will lead the discussion about the transdisciplinary nature of creative work that crosses art, design, science and technology.
Abstraction is essential to conveying complex messages in artistic expression. It is also critical in science to formulate laws of nature through abstraction based on data. Leading artists, designers, scientists, and engineers will present and discuss the cross-fertilization among art, design, science and technology.
SUN, Sept. 10, 2017
||Hiroshi Ishii (JP/US), MIT Tangible Media Group|
||Jifei Ou (CN), MIT Tangible Media Group|
||Joachim Sauter (DE), ART+COM, UDK Berlin|
||Christa Sommerer (AT), UFG Interface Cultures|
||Shunji Yamanaka (JP), University of Tokyo|
||Sarah Jane Pell (AU), artist, scientist|
||Daniel Leithinger (AT), MIT Tangible Media Lab|
||Yoichi Ochai (JP), Tsukuba University|
Moderator: Hiroshi Ishii (AT)
Dedicated to the practice of art and science, this symposium focuses on synergies between both disciplines and collaborations with other sectors. After numerous years of realizing art and science projects, the results will be presented and discussed by participating artists, stakeholders and scientific institutions at this conference.
This event is realized in the framework of the European Digital Art and Science Network and co-funded by the Creative Europe program of the European Union.