Research via art
Recomposing Art and Science
Ed. by Hediger, Irene / Scott, Jill
- Essays from the comparative observation of art and science
- Case studies and documentary films presented from the AIL program
- International experts from various science disciplines
Aims and Scope
The interfaces between art and the scientific disciplines of biology, environmental science, neuroscience, and physics pose interdisciplinary questions that are an inspiration to researchers. The authors compare artists’ experimentation set-ups and thereby reveal new levels of knowledge. The examples in the Artists-in-Labs program illustrate how artists approach problems and, in this way, create new tools for science.
The authors of this illustrated volume of essays include Harriet Hawkins, Irene Hediger, Jill Scott, Arnd Schneider , Susanne Witzgall, Lisa Blackman, Jens Hauser and Dieter Mersch.
- 268 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Artists, architects, designers