On Artistic Research and the Arts, Sciences & Technology trans-disciplinary practices
As a closing event of BOZAR and JRC’s Datami exhibition, Culture Action Europe, BOZAR LAB and JRC are jointly organising a meeting with experts on Arts, Science and Technology research to further debate the challenges of creating a common field for transdisciplinary research. In this intersection between diverse domains, methodologies and contexts, putting different perspectives in dialogue is crucial. As a starting point to tackle these issues, this meeting invites the participants to have a bird’s eye view over other paradigma, replacing standard bodies of inherited knowledge and methodologies with atypical practices coming from the artistic field, to identify together the open doors for AST transdisciplinary research, the main obstacles and the ways to address them.
15.30 – 16.30: Workshop (closed session)
Peter Purg (MAST Project): MAST module: Practical competencies and transferable skills in Art, Science and Technology.
Participants: panelists and selected invitees.
16.30 – 17.30: Guided tour through the DATAMI exhibition with Freddy Paul Grunert and Cristina Fiordimela, curator of the III Resonances.
17.30 – 19:00: Experts debate on the intersections of Art, Science and Technology
Marta Gracia (Researcher, Hangar research coordinator and associate lecturer at the BA in Arts of the Open University of Catalonia) – Beyond Research Institutions: non-usual contexts for cross-disciplinary practice-based research.
Peter Westenberg (Constant vzw – Brussels) – Beyond individual silos: How collective thinking, working and distributing matters in the creation of contemporary knowledge.
Lilia Mestre (a.pass – Brussels): Beyond teaching: questioning artistic education towards experimental formats of collective and collaborative practice-based research.
Pep Vidal (Artist, PhD in Physic Sciences in UAB and ALBA synchrotron): Beyond disciplines: on disciplinary derives in acquiring academic knowledge.
Christoph De Jaeger (BOZAR LAB, Studiotopia programme): Beyond methodologies: the importance of questioning inherited methodologies.