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Exploring SciArt: Between Climatology and Composition (November 11)

Exploring SciArt: Between Climatology and Composition

Exploring SciArt: Between Climatology and Composition, © Peter Steffen / Lea Luka Sikau

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This SciArt lecture and concert series showcases cutting-edge art collaborations at the intersection of science and art.

This event is designed to showcase two cutting-edge projects that operate at the intersection of art and science. The virtual exploration investigates the importance of collaboration between interdisciplinary fields for epistemic knowledge production and artistic research. The keynote speakers will be the highly acclaimed artist Julius von Bismarck who currently displays his solo exhibition at the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn and climatologist Jacky Austermann, Assistant Professor at Columbia University. Join them in this online concert lecture to explore the importance of collaboration between sciences and arts surrounding the most challenging issues of modern times such as sustainability and climate change.


Location & Time:

Wednesday, November 11, 6:30 PM

Online via Zoom

For more information please visit:  Events.columbia.edu/go/exploringsciart

Please Register here


The event is sponsored by the German Consulate General New York, and hosted by The Earth Institute, Columbia University, and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. The series is curated by Lea Luka Sikau, and Eve O'Donnell.

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